Don’t forget your lucky charms on your wedding day

Your wedding day is going to be magical, unforgettable and truly one of a kind. This is the type of event you will never forget – and, as a good host, you most likely want to make sure your guests don’t forget it either.

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Most importantly though, this is a day to celebrate love and the beginning of a new life together – so you will want to bring in all the good luck there is. What are some lucky charms you might want to consider for the Big Day? We have gathered some ideas – so read on and find your lucky inspiration.

  • The sixpence in your shoe. “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” – this saying actually has an ending that adds “and a sixpence in your shoe” as well. Sure, it may not be the most comfortable thing in the world, but if it’s bound to bring good luck, it will be more than worth it, right?
  • The ring warming ceremony. If you plan on having a more intimate ceremony, consider having your wedding rings passed on from guest to guest. They will hold the rings in their hands for a few moments and send you their warm wishes for the future.
  • Planning a rustic wedding? What other motif could be better than horseshoes? According to the Celtic tradition, the horseshoe is a symbol of good luck – so decorating your wedding with this motif may be a great idea.
  • Rainy day. Most brides want to avoid rain on their wedding days – but not many of them know that a rainy wedding day is considered to bring good luck (because it washes away the past and builds a good foundation for a clear future). We also think that rainy days make for the most amazing wedding pictures – so having a few drops of rain on your Big Day may not be that bad after all…

Black Horse Inn is a gorgeous historical wedding venue located in Virginia – so if you want to be embraced by beautiful nature and amazing vibes, contact us, come visit our venue and book us for your unforgettable wedding day!

 

 

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