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For decades, there have been lists of “don’t do this” and “do this” given out to brides for their weddings. The rules seem to change with every season that passes, but there are a few myths out there that couples need not worry about:
Rule #1: You cannot see your bride/groom before you walk down the aisle.
Carrie and Cory Shields tied the knot two years ago, but their wedding photos just took the Internet by storm last week, thanks to a photo shared on Reddit that quickly went viral:
Winter is my favorite season for a wedding. Since fewer weddings take place during these chilly months, yours will naturally stand out, and there are so many wonderful ways to embrace the season! Here, check out five things you can only get away with at a winter wedding.
Make it Snow
Okay, so you can't actually control the weather (and you probably wouldn't want a snowstorm to hit on your wedding day anyway!). But you can make it "snow" as you walk down the aisle: