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Why Do We Give Wedding Favors? A Look at Tradition

Thursday, August 17, 2017 5:16:40 AM Asia/Singapore

Wedding favors are a lovely gesture for a couple to give to their guests as thanks for attending the wedding. But where did this tradition start, and how has it changed throughout history? 

Why Do we give wedding favors a look at tradition

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The Best Gifts for Your Bridal Party

Thursday, April 6, 2017 8:29:15 AM Asia/Singapore

Asking friends to be a bridesmaid or groomsman is an honor, but it’s also a responsibility. Bridal party gifts are a custom that shows your gratitude for the gesture of showing up and standing beside you on your big day. 

The Best Gifts for Your Bridal Party

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Why Brides and Grooms Love SG Wedding Favors

Thursday, February 23, 2017 7:43:02 AM Asia/Singapore

If you’re on the hunt for personalized unique wedding favors, you’ve come to the right place. SG Wedding Favors has your best interests in mind. Why Brides and Grooms Love SG Wedding Favors

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The Most Popular Baby Shower Registry Items

Thursday, February 16, 2017 8:25:04 AM Asia/Singapore

New parents need everything for their babies. That’s why it’s important to include some of the most requested items on your own baby shower registry

The Most Popular Baby Shower Registry Items

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Indian Wedding Favors Ideas

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 5:09:12 PM Asia/Singapore

Indian weddings are filled with rich tradition. While Indian weddings do tend to differ from region to region, they all have one thing in common: they are spectacular. Vibrant, colorful, and fun-filled, these are words to describe any Indian wedding, no matter where it occurs.

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Wedding Gifts Traditions

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 5:04:53 PM Asia/Singapore

Something old, something new,
Something borrowed, something blue,
And a silver sixpence in her shoe.

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Muslim Wedding Etiquette

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 5:02:54 PM Asia/Singapore

Muslim weddings enjoin a woman and a man together as a married couple who plan on spending the rest of their lives together. Teachings of the Prophet Mohammad show that weddings need to be kept simple, yet in many Islamic cultures they can sometimes be very lavish and expensive ceremonies.

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Ideas for Muslim Wedding Gifts

Wednesday, October 7, 2009 5:00:19 PM Asia/Singapore

Muslim weddings often reflect the personal beliefs of the couples and their families. Due to cultural differences in various countries throughout the world, no two Muslim weddings are alike. As with all weddings though, it is customary for the guests to give the bride and groom gifts. If you’ve been invited to a Muslim wedding, then you may be wondering what kind of gift the bride and groom would like.

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Indonesian Wedding Tradition

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 4:56:47 PM Asia/Singapore

An Indonesian wedding is a very important occasion. The bride and groom will send an invitation to anyone that they are acquainted with, which usually means there could be hundreds or even thousands of guests. While the majority of invited acquaintances won’t show up, the wedding will still probably be quite large. If you’ve been invited to an Indonesian wedding, you should at least make an appearance, even if it is only for a few minutes. Pay your respects to the newlyweds, and let them know how happy you are for them.

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Traditional Japanese Weddings

Wednesday, August 26, 2009 4:37:00 PM Asia/Singapore

Traditional Japanese weddings take place in a Shinto shrine. The main religion of the Japanese people is Shinto, which means the way of Kami (God). Traditional Shinto wedding ceremonies are attended by only the couple’s closest friends and relatives. They are very intimate events. The bride’s wedding dress is a traditional white kimono called a shiro-moku. These two words mean “white” and “nature”. Her hair is adorned with accessories and ornaments. The groom also wears a traditional kimono as well as pleated hakama pants. These are worn underneath a short overcoat adorned with his family crest.

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