Do you know what we love about weddings? We have an excuse to watch Say Yes to the Dress on a non-stop loop in our studio. gaminator ingyen kredit And obsessively scroll through pages and pages of wedding hashtags. And compare engagement rings online. tippmix online Harry Styles and Liam Hemsworth, if you’re reading this, we’re prepared and ready for ya.
Over the last few months (and in the next few months), our A-List Team has been traveling all over, wedding guesting and impressing. During our wedding adventures, we’ve collected some cute sorority traditions for you to file in the back of your mind for when your big day comes around. Some will make you laugh, some will make you cry, and some will make you go Pinterest crazy!
Pin Your Sisters– The bride made a boutonniere for each of her sorority sisters in attendance. They wore the pins on their left side, like badges, and each of the boutonnieres were made up of clusters of the sorority flower. How cute is that?
Keep on Pinning!– Hold on to your pins ladies, because you never know when your sorority sister will ask you to do this for her. The bride incorporated her pin and borrowed her sisters’ pins to put on her bouquet! Something borrowed? Check!
Gather ‘Round– Some sororities have particular songs for this next tradition, while others use a song that they made up or particularly like. Either way, it’s pretty powerful to see women bound by sisterhood encircling the bride and groom and serenading them. It was like the bride’s sisters were sending them good vibes through their song!
Sorority Symbols Errywhere!– If you’re lucky enough to have a symbol that is easily incorporated into wedding décor, do it! A Phi Mu friend had barbed quatrefoils as center pieces, and an Alpha Phi used ivy in her bouquet. nyerőgépes játékok
Throw What You Know Of Course!– What kind of sorority wedding would it be without throwing what you know? Snap a pic with the bride showing off your chapter pride! Trust us, it’ll be a great sisterly memory.
Loving these ideas? Or maybe you’ve seen other traditions that we’re forgetting? Let us know! Call us, beep us, when you want to reach us and find us on Instagram, Facebook, or leave a comment!