Do you keep a bouquet of flowers after the bride throws it
up., and you catch it.?
I got invited a few years ago to a family member and to a dear friend's wedding. Two times, I got the bouquets. The fisrt wedding, I said, Since , I am not getting married. Everyone at the wedding gets marry . The first wedding, a girl was crying. So I gave her the bouquet. The second time, no one wanted the bouquet. The bride ask to save the bouquet. What would you do with the bouquet ? I am keeping it in a plastic box.
You could do what they did in more ancient times and either bury the flowers beside your doorstep or keep them under your bed. Either method was said to bring a maiden (unmarried woman) dreams of her future husband. However, by placing the bouquet in a hollow in an oak tree, it was said the maiden would conceive a child by a very virile, brave and honest lover.
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