Weddings celebrate a rich, time-honoured tradition. Regardless of which culture, religion or country you come from, traditional elements make their way into all weddings. With so many personal decisions involved in wedding planning, one such decision that you may agonize over is whether to see your partner before the ceremony, or to wait for your eyes to meet on the aisle.
Many consider the superstitious belief that seeing one another before the wedding bodes poorly for the marriage. Others find that no matter where they are when they see one another, it is a wonderfully romantic moment. And for some, it’s important that they’re alone when that moment comes. They may find that the eyes of all their guests make the event less intimate and therefore not as romantic.
What will you choose?