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www.rd.com/culture/bouquet-toss-tradition

While obtaining the bouquet is only meant to bring good luck to women, the garter offers the same tradition for the men. And some forward-thinking brides are including men in the bouquet toss or ...

www.wisegeek.com/why-does-the-bride-throw-the-bouquet-at...

The bouquet is also a safer item to toss than the garter, as unruly and impatient wedding guests were sometimes known to try to take the garter from the bride while she was still wearing it. Ad Some modern brides and grooms do not like the tradition of throwing the bouquet and either modify it or do away with it altogether.

www.brides.com/story/legit-reasons-retire-tradition...

One of those things is the bridal bouquet toss, which has become a tradition that people are x'ing out of their wedding celebrations, since it can seen as a rude way to single out single women and ...

www.weddingbee.com/ceremony-and-reception/a-brief-history...

While the tradition of throwing a bouquet originated in England and mostly spread to countries that had English influence, like America, many cultures today incorporate this tradition as a fun activity during the reception. However, throughout history, the actual tossing of the bouquet was not commonplace.

woodrowhall.com/2010/12/wedding-traditions-throwing-bouquet-garter

The tradition of throwing the bride’s bouquet and garter, like many other wedding traditions, is shrouded in superstition. The bouquet was first of all, a superstition in its own ranks. The bouquet was made of strong herbs such as thyme or even garlic and was meant to ward off evil spirits!

metro.co.uk/2016/04/29/this-is-why-brides-throw-bouquets...

Why do brides throw their bouquet on their wedding day? (Picture: Getty) Of all the weird traditions at weddings – wearing a veil, not seeing the the bride before the wedding, getting down on ...

apbentertainment.com/wedding-traditions-explained-bouquet-toss

Wedding Traditions Explained – Bouquet Toss. As part of our Wedding Traditions Explained series, we wanted to write about a wedding tradition that is slowly dying. Ten years ago the majority of weddings included a bouquet toss. Today, more and more couples are foregoing this tradition, with only about 30% of weddings still partaking in the ...

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On her Martha Stewart Weddings website, Stewart suggests a new bouquet-throwing tradition. Don’t throw your wedding bouquet, she advises. Keep it for yourself and throw a special “fortune bouquet” to the unmarried guests. The fortune bouquet is composed of a dozen or so smaller mini-bouquets bound together with a ribbon.

www.infoplease.com/wedding-lore-and-traditions

Below are some of the more common and popular stories behind these traditions. Tossing the Bouquet. Tossing the bouquet is a tradition that stems from England. Women used to try to rip pieces of the bride's dress and flowers in order to obtain some of her good luck. To escape from the crowd the bride would toss her bouquet and run away.

www.bustle.com/articles/76988-7-wedding-bouquet-toss...

More and more brides are choosing to break with older wedding traditions, and alternatives to throwing the wedding bouquet have become increasingly popular. No longer is it just a given that you ...