Even though we live in the 21st century, the world is moving forward, superstitions and wedding traditions are still alive. Probably everyone has heard that the groom should not see the bride’s dress before the wedding, because it may bring misfortune. And the month in which we decide to get married should have the letter “r” in its name. Although most spouses claim that they treat superstition with a pinch of salt, the groom usually carries his wife over the threshold of the wedding hall. Yes, that is also a superstition! If a woman stumbles over the threshold, she can bring misfortune not only on herself, but on her entire family. So it’s probably better not to risk it? As you know, the weather can play tricks. Even in the summer season, no one can guarantee you a sunny and warm day. Have you ever wondered what are the weather superstitions on your wedding day?
Wedding day weather superstitions
The day of the wedding with a loved one is so important that we often breathe cold and try to control everything. However, there is one thing that even the most loving couple cannot influence. We mean the weather, of course. One exaggeration is that a few days before the wedding, the bride should put her shoes on the windowsill so that happiness can fly into them and to ensure beautiful weather on the wedding day. Sometimes, unfortunately, despite great efforts, it rains, a lot of wind, and even thunder.
Sunny weather on the wedding day is to bring the newlyweds happiness and joy for the rest of their lives. The predictions about rain vary. Some sources say that light rain is a prediction of wealth and fertility. Others say it signifies the Bride’s tears. On the other hand, downpour, storm and lightning herald a stormy relationship and trouble. When a rainbow appears in the sky after a storm, it is a sign of happiness for the newlyweds. When the wedding takes place in winter, snow falling from the sky is a sign of happiness and good luck.