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Wedding Traditions and Etiquette

Wedding Traditions and Etiquette

From white wedding dresses to bridal veils, and from first dances to cutting the cake, a wedding is filled with traditions and etiquette.  What traditions you accept and what to reject is up to you – but find out what they mean before you toss them to the dust pile of history!


Must-Read Wedding Ideas for Brides

When you're planning your dream wedding day, there is so much to do, think about and get excited about that it's hard to clearly work out where to spend your precious planning time.  Well, with 10 years experience in planning beautiful Australian weddings, the Pink Frosting team has put together the top wedding ideas that brides need to help them plan the perfect wedding day!     more »
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Traditional Wedding Quotes

There’s a lot to be said at a wedding. Maybe you and your partner have decided to write your own vows. Or perhaps you would like to give a speech at the reception. Maybe you are the Best Man or Maid or Honour, and the duty of giving a speech has been thrust upon you. Or maybe you’re the brother of the groom who gets a bit liquored up at family gatherings and will in all probability grab the microphone from the MC and wax lyrical about how much you respect the newlyweds. Whatever your role at the wedding, you need to come prepared.    more »
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Wedding Card Messages to Delight the Bride & Groom

When it comes to wishing people well, even the most lyrical of us can suffer from writer’s block. Even though the messages don’t have to be long, it feels like there is an unbelievable amount of stress when writing them. Everyone tends to write similar versions of the same thing, and the pressure of coming up with something clever, original and meaningful can be crushing. So, what do you do when you can’t cope with the pressure of a task?    more »
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Beautiful Wedding Wishes

The request to make a speech at the wedding of one of your loves ones can come with a mixed bag of emotions. Of course the knee-jerk reaction is to feel flattered. Of all the people that they are inviting to the wedding, they asked you to be a part of it. You get to say something sweet and funny and memorable to make their special day even more special.   more »
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Top 5 Traditional Wedding Songs to Walk Down the Aisle To

Many of you have been dreaming about walking down the aisle since you were a little girl. Or standing at the end of the aisle, for the male readers. Whether you are having a big, traditional church wedding or something a little less formal, the soundtrack to this part of your big day is of the utmost importance. It sets the mood for the ceremony and communicates a lot about who you are as a couple to your guests.   more »
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Beautiful Holy Communion Bomboniere

When your little one is celebrating their First Communion, Holy Communion, Christening or Baptism, it's a rite that your family and friends will want to be involved in - a magical, traditional moment for any religious family.  At Pink Frosting, we work with many families that want to mark this very special occasion with bomboniere - little gifts that are given to guests to mark the occasion.   more »
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Bonbonniere Ideas to Make Your Wedding Day Perfect

In my experience, many brides and grooms leave choosing their wedding bonbonniere until the very last moment. Wedding bonbonniere is a beautiful way to bring the theme of the day into your reception, thank guests for coming to your wedding and also create a memento or souvenir for guests to take home with them.    more »
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10 Top Ideas for Wedding Bomboniere

Having worked with brides and grooms for many years, I know that wedding bomboniere is usually the last thing on their minds when they are planning their big day.  With wedding gowns, rings, venues, honeymoons, families, food and parties to organise, the little gifts you give to your guests on the reception tables to symbolise your love, thankfulness and gratitude for their attending your day ends up being an after thought.

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How to Write Traditional Wedding Invitations

Just because the modern bride is steering away from a more traditional wedding, don’t think for another second that the classic traditional big white wedding in the fancy church is being forgotten! There are still plenty of couples out there that prefer the traditional stand before god as the joining of two souls is created with all your friends and family watch teary eyed. At the Pink Frosting Wedding Shop we are here to help you create the most magical wedding invitations with traditional wording to wow your guests!   more »
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How to Write Modern Wedding Invitations

Your wedding invitation is the first thing your guests associate to your wedding and your theme. It represents the bride and grooms individual personality and sets the mood for your big day. How to set out your wedding invitation wording can be a very complicated task and you want to make sure you write the correct thing for your situation. Bold and modern wedding invitations have really taken off the past couple years and its not slowing down in 2013. Funky chevron patterns in bright and beautiful colours have taken the stage this year for modern invitations. But what to write! Bride and grooms are steering away from the traditional weddings and making the day more about them and their style. Skipping out on the big fancy church with lavish reception and opting for a more personal ceremony followed by a gorgeous intimate reception. Let your invitations reflect your modern style and word them appropriately! At the Pink Frosting Wedding Shop, we have put together some handy hints that will help you structure the perfect modern wedding invitation.   more »
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Wishing Well Etiquette

The wishing well at weddings evolved from other similar wedding customs from other cultures. Instead of a gift registry, couples can now opt for a wishing well at their reception for the guests to place monetary gifts in for the happy couple to use for whatever they wish – honeymoon spending money, home wares of their choice (saves on having 3 toasters and eight crockpots) and the guests themselves don’t have to travel with a gift that could break or is too large.   more »
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Wedding Etiquette - Children at Weddings

This can be a touchy subject with some people. From asking that your guests with children don’t bring their children to your wedding, to having children at your wedding it is a fine line. Whichever way you go, children at your wedding or not, the decision is yours and your guests will respect that.   more »
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Writing Perfect Wedding Thank You Cards

I am sure you savvy Pink Frosting readers will most definitely not make the same mistake I did. How can you when you have wedding know how and products on Pink Frosting? From start to finish all your wedding items from Save the Dates to Thank You cards, from cakes to candy buffet, from aisle runners to wedding favours – it is all there at the click of the mouse or a trip into their shopfront (if you happen to live in or near Canberra).   more »
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Wedding Wishing Well Ideas

Becoming quite popular wishing wells are making more of an appearance at weddings across Australia. Used to help the Bride and Groom on their newly married life, some couples set the wells up for guests to enclose monetary gifts which will then go towards setting up home, paying for their honeymoon (or extra spending money for their honeymoon), paying for the reception or a donation towards a charity (which is my favourite use of the wedding wishing well).   more »
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Wedding Attire Etiquette

When it comes to planning a wedding or attending a wedding the one thing people will agonise over, aside from the wedding gift is what to wear to the wedding. If it is your wedding, you need to advise your guests on what the attire is to be and this depends on the type of wedding, the time and the location. Not only will this apply to your guests, but will also apply to what the bride, groom and bridal party will wear. So with this in mind, I posed some questions to Trisha Mary Telford who runs TMT Deportment and Etiquette Academy in Townsville;   more »
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