Why does the bride throw the flowers back?
The tossing of the bouquet dates back hundreds of years ago, in England. Taking something from the bride was considered good luck. So guests would rip and pull things from her gown. In order for the bride to make her exit with minimal attacks she would throw her bouquet to distract wedding goers as she made her exit.
Is it OK to use fake flowers at your wedding?
You can definitely use faux flowers instead of fresh ones (especially if you’re highly allergic to the real deal), but don’t go this route if you’re looking to save some money. In fact, good artificial flowers (the kind that look real) are usually made of silk and can be more expensive than their natural counterparts.
What does bride do with bouquet during reception?
After all, one of the MOH’s main responsibilities is to help the bride before, during, and after the wedding. Hand it to her at the start of the ceremony and let her keep it until after your first kiss. That way you can walk back up the aisle as a married woman with flowers in hand.
Why does the couple go on a honeymoon?
The honeymoon gives a couple time to feel the feelings and to explore what they mean. It’s a time to look at each other and absorb their new reality that they have made a (usually) very public statement that they are in it for the long run.
What flowers do grooms pay?
The groom’s family pays for the following flowers: bridal bouquet, groomsmen and ushers boutonnieres and mother’s and grandmother’s corsages/mini bouquets. The groom’s parents or the groom pays the officiant’s fee or gives a cash gift to the officiant if he or she doesn’t have a set fee.