In Gaelic-speaking communities, a còrdadh (agreement) would be made between the bride and groom a few weeks before the wedding.
This would take place in the house of the bride’s father.
Interesting fact Centuries ago it was customary for the Bride and Bridegroom to drink mead made from honey, for a month after the wedding. Wedding Superstitions Bride and groom must not meet on the day of the wedding except at the altar.
The bride should never wear her complete wedding clothes before the day.
The groom chooses a Best Man who will look after the couple rings during the wedding ceremony.
The Wedding Day It is unlucky for the groom to see the bride on the wedding day before the service.
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