How to Have a Traditional German Wedding
For a traditional German wedding, the bride and groom should wear gold bands on the left hand during the engagement period, incorporate German customs into the ceremony and have the bride keep salt and a piece of bread in her pocket. Plan a German wedding, which requires the groom to carry a bit of grain in his pocket, with help from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.
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Wanna know how to have a traditional German wedding? I'm Rachelle Saenz, here to show you how. When it comes time to a German wedding, custom is very important. In the very beginning, thee engagement period, the bride and groom do things a little bit different. Each one wears a gold band on their left hand to signify their engagement all the way up to the wedding day. When planning your traditional German ceremony, make sure that you have some other customs incorporated. You might think about the one that they do during the ceremony and throughout the wedding day. The bride tradition will keep salt and a piece of bread in her pocket for good fortune. The groom will make sure that he has a bit of grain in his pocket too, for lots of wealth...always a good thing. When it comes time to also planning your German ceremony, be sure you incorporate some other little tides into your reception. Maybe it's making an ode to that when it came to your engagement. Showing off those gold bands from the beginning, anything that's going to tie in that German feel to your traditional ceremony. I'm Rachelle Saenz from Rachelle Marie's Events by Design giving you a tip on how to plan your traditional German ceremony.