It’s become tradition for the bride to avoid seeing the groom before the wedding ceremony. This tradition actually began due to arranged marriages. The groom was not allowed to see the bride for fear that the groom would change his mind and no longer want to get married. Times have changed, but this tradition is still practiced worldwide.
On the other hand, weddings no longer require this tradition. A popular option for couples has been the “first look” in which the bride and groom schedule time before the ceremony to see each other. If you want to incorporate the tradition while staying in contact with your fiance on your wedding day, a good tip is to schedule a “first touch” instead of a “first look.”
With a first touch, you and your fiance will be able to hold each other’s hand and communicate without seeing each other. This moment must be planned well. The perfect area of your venue needs to be selected to avoid the chance that you may get a glimpse of your fiance.
The first touch is a romantic way to devote time with your fiance before the ceremony.
If you are interested in having a first touch at your wedding, contact 27 Miracles at 407-905-5454 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to help you schedule this moment into your wedding day.
Christine Pabelico, Certified Wedding Planner
27 Miracles http://www.27miraclesbyrosie.com/