Irish weddings have their own set of traditions and rituals and a lot of them are dedicated towards promoting good luck.
The term “luck of the Irish” isn’t entirely based around leprechauns and the pot of gold!
There are also so many choices for first dances that, unless you're really set on it, you can substitute clichés such as Daddy's Little Girl with Irish compositions that actually may have more meaning for you and your families.
But be aware that some of the most popular tunes associated with the Emerald Isle are products of Tin Pan Alley.
It was called Aitin' the gander and it has to be where we get the expression "his goose is cooked!
" We threw one of these dinner parties for our daughter and everyone had a great time.
They believed that getting married in May was a form of bad luck and it was therefore avoided.
If you know anyone with any Irish roots or heritage that are getting married make sure to inform them of all the little Irish quirks they can include to make it uniquely Irish.The horseshoe has been used to represent good luck and traditionally Irish brides would carry a horse shoe with them on their wedding day.The horse shoe was always worn facing upwards to ensure that the luck would never run out.Heraldic details are also laser carved on the inside panel of the box, as well as on the top. All Heraldry items take 3- 4 weeks to craft and deliver. As with the music for your ceremony, the possibilities for your reception are endless!While you may not want to play all Irish melodies, there's most certainly enough available to keep everyone singing and dancing for days!