Okay, so we’ve covered a lot of something new, a lot of something old, and recently a lot of something blue, but borrowed isn’t as clear (check out our latest, everything is trendy/new/popular what’s in weddings RN). Unless we’re talking about wearing your mother’s or grandmother’s gown, or donating your own after the wedding. That’s why I thought today would be a good day to discuss about wedding rituals. Why?
Despite the fact that weddings have recently become more personal, couples have been getting married for thousands of years, therefore the fundamental framework and structure of a wedding ceremony remains largely the same worldwide. Therefore, as you could have guessed, the phrase will sound relatively similar from one wedding to the next because it is the most obvious.
My husband has been meticulously planning his remarks for at least six months because he will be officiating my sister and prospective brother-in-wedding law’s next month. And over the past three months, he has devoted whatever evening spare time he has to searching through example scripts in search of verses and language that he feels fits with their general tone and personality.
That’s where borrowing enters the picture, big time. Because, at least according to A Practical Wedding, there’s nothing wrong with a little wedding copying here!