Weddings in June are common, but check out some unique wedding traditions from all over the globe
June has been one of, if not the most, popular month for holding wedding ceremonies since the early Roman times. If you’re wondering why, it’s because June festivals are held in honor of the goddess Juno who presides over marriage and childbirth. Since June is named after Juno, it is only natural that marriage celebrations occur during this month.
Did you know that the idea of getting married in June came from the Celtic calendar and that one of the old beliefs in Ireland is that the bride’s feet must stay on the floor when the couple dances to prevent evil fairies from taking her away? Here are some other unique beliefs and traditions from other parts of the world: