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The Ultimate Guide to a Traditional Scottish Wedding

The ultimate guide to a traditional Scottish Wedding Sixpence in the Bride's Shoe The Wedding Scramble A sixpence coin may be placed in the bride's shoe to help bring her good luck. It's tradition for the father to throw a handful of coins for the children to collect. This is believed to bring financial luck. The Lang Reel Grand March This is a traditional dance, which is popular within the fishing communities in the North-East of Scotland. This is often the first dance at the wedding, starting with bride and groom marching to the sound of bagpipes The Bride's Cog A 'Second Night' The exact mixture which now goes into the cog varies with every wedding. It is firstly drank by the bride before being passed around for everybody to share A 'second night' is normally held the night following a wedding - where people can enjoy another night of drinking and dancing! Traditional Gifts SILK BLOOMS Don't forget to tweet us! @silkblooms In the North-East of Scotland, it is traditional for the best man to give the happy couple a clock whilst the maid of honour gives a tea set. www.silkblooms.co.uk

The Ultimate Guide to a Traditional Scottish Wedding

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Weddings are a beautiful, memorable part of life. In Scotland, there are particular unique aspects to a wedding that you probably don't know about. Silk Blooms have created a great visual outlining ...

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