There are so many wedding superstitions out there, but which are the most popular? Do you believe in superstitions? As a bride, it can be fun and cute to follow some of these superstitions or incorporate them into your wedding. I think it’s time we bring some of these superstitions into the light.
1. The bride should have something new, borrowed, old, and blue.
2. To bring good luck, save the ribbons from the Bridal shower gifts to create a bouquet that should be used during your rehearsal.
3. If you tear any of the ribbons when you are opening gifts that is the number of kids you will have.
4. If you see a rainbow on your wedding day it is a good omen.
5. The first gift the bride opens should be the first used in her marital home.
6. The groom should not see the bride until she walks down the aisle.
7. As newlyweds, the groom should carry the bride across the threshold. If the bride were to stumble entering their home, it is a bad omen.
8. There should be tin cans tied to the back of the newlywed’s car to scare off bad spirits as they drive away.
9. It is bad luck for the bride to practice walking down the aisle for her rehearsal. Typically you ask a friend to do it for you.
10. The bride’s veil is used to hide her from evil spirits.
11. The girl that catches the bouquet is next to be married.
Remember, even if you don’t believe in these things, they can be fun for you and your groom to follow. Some of these would even make cute wedding pictures.
How to keep your shirt fresh?
You worry that your favorite shirt will fade during use?
Are you afraid the print on the shirt will flake after a while?
You do not know how to handle when the shirt is stuck with difficult to remove stains?
So, let's find out some tips to help your shirt always look like new.
1, it’s better to invest in one quality item than five poorly made pieces that may need to be replaced in a few months.
2, Pay attention to the instruction on the shirt-tag as well as the laundering techniques to keep in mind as you hang out in the laundromat or laundry room.
3, Learn basic repairs can make them last longer and save you a ton of money
4, Iron With Care.
5, Make sure that you wash your newly dyed item with like colors the first time you run it – the dye can come off on other items.
6, Doing your hair and makeup before you get dressed, you can avoid those pitfalls
7, Wash your clothes only when they look or smell dirty.
8, Save the hot water for really soiled loads and wash everything else in cold.
9, While you're adding cooking ingredients to your load, add a half a cup of salt to a new garment's very first wash to lock in the color and prevent bleeding.
10, Add half a cup of vinegar to each wash load to prevent fading.
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