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Wedding Traditions That Need to Go Away

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It’s officially wedding season and your year of planning is finally about to pay off! There are so many things that couples feel like they need to have during their ceremony and reception. But it got me thinking, how much of that is actually necessary?!

Here are some typical wedding traditions. Which ones do you think we can do without?

  • Bouquet toss
  • Garter Removal and Toss
  • Dollar Dance
  • Gender specific wedding parties
  • Receiving Line
  • White Dress
  • Feeding each other cake
  • Wedding Favors
  • Plus One

Do you think any of these traditions can be overlooked? What other wedding traditions should be forgotten?

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