Throughout the wedding planning process, engaged couples are constantly faced with standard traditions they must decide to either include or exclude from their big day. Will you get married in a church? Will your bridesmaids wear matching dresses? Will you use the traditional vows or write your own? Will you have a bouquet toss? And while you may feel the pressure from everyone from your mom to your planners to follow the traditional path, nowadays pretty much anything goes when it comes to which wedding traditions you keep vs. the ones you nix. The day is all about you and your soon-to-be spouse, after all, so it's up to whether you go the traditional or nontraditional route. Just take a look at what our own gals did (or are going to do) on their wedding days with the third post in our Sugar Bride Guide series. We shared our sweet proposal stories, our sentimental song selections, and now we've got the scoop on wedding traditions. Check out which traditions our Sugar brides and brides-to-be kept and skipped now!
Sugar Bride Guide: Traditions
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