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Marriage in Scotland A traditional Scottish Wedding Scotland is a popular place for young English couples to get married since, in Scotland, parents' permission is not required if both the bride and groom are old enough to legally be married In England it was the case that if either was 16 or 17 then the permission of parents had to be sought.
Gretna Green now hosts hundreds of weddings a year and is Scotland's third most popular tourist attraction. The bride's family sends invitations on behalf of the couple to the wedding guests, addressed by hand. The couple may send the invitations themselves, especially if they are more middle-aged.
It has become more common in recent times for Save The Date Cards  to be used to notify invitees further in advance to allow sufficient notice for arrangements to be made to ensure attendance.
These can be sent up to 6 months before the wedding day. Guests send or deliver wedding gifts to the bride's family home before the wedding day. Alternatively, the couple may register at a department store and have a list of gifts there.
The shop then organizes delivery, usually to the bride's parents' house or to the reception venue. A wedding ceremony takes place at a churchregister office or possibly another favorite location, such as a hilltop. In this regard Scotland differs significantly from England where only pre-approved public locations may be used for the wedding ceremony.
Most ceremonies take place mid afternoon and last about half an hour during which the marriage schedule is signed by the couple and two witnesses, usually the best man and chief bridesmaid. The newly wed couple often leave the ceremony to the sound of bagpipes.
There is a wedding reception following the ceremony, usually at a different venue. The bridal party, or members of it, always including the bride and groom, lines up in a receiving line and the wedding guests file past, introducing themselves.
Usually a beverage is served while the guests and bridal party mingle. In some cases the drink may be whisky or wine with a non alcoholic alternative. The best man and bride's father toast the bride and groom with personal thoughts, stories, and well-wishes, usually humorous.
The groom then follows with a response on behalf of his bride. Champagne is usually provided for the toast. There is nearly always dancing following the meal, with the style of music being selected by the couple to suit their preference. The cake-cutting ceremony takes place; the bride and groom jointly hold a cake cutter and cut the first pieces of the wedding cake.
Gifts are not opened at the reception; they are either opened ahead of time and sometimes displayed at the reception, or if guests could not deliver gifts ahead of time, they are placed on a table at the reception for the bride and groom to take home with them and open later.
A sprig of white heather is usually worn as a buttonhole for good luck. It is the norm for the groom and much of the male bridal party and guests to wear kilts, although suits are also worn.
Kilts and Highland dress are often rented for this purpose.
Handfasting Neopaganism Handfasting is a wedding ritual in which the bride's and groom's hands are tied together. It is said to be based on an ancient Celtic tradition and to have inspired the phrase "tying the knot".
Often, an older, married man accompanies her, holding an umbrella or parasol over her head to shelter her. This symbolises protecting and sheltering the new bride.
On the day of the wedding, the bride may wear a golden crown on her head. At the wedding reception, the Dance of the Crown is performed, where the bridesmaids blindfold the bride and dance around her.
The bride then places the crown on the head of one of the bridesmaids, who tradition dictates will be the next to marry. Traditionally, the bride and groom sit next to each other in designated "seats of honour" at the wedding reception.
The bride holds in her lap a sieve covered by a shawl, into which monetary gifts are put by the guests. In some weddings, the bride's mother-in-law or godmother will place a china plate on the bride's head, after which the newlyweds will perform the first dance usually a waltz.
When the plate falls and breaks, the guests collect the pieces. The number of pieces determines how many children the couple will have. The last dance in a Finnish wedding is called the weaning waltz. All the female guests dance with the bride and all the male guests dance with the groom, including children.Buy custom paper cups, soup, dessert bowls imprinted or monogrammed with your logo.
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