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Wedding Trivia Questions


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Wedding Trivia Questions


  1. What is the official title of the popular bridal march 'Here Comes the Bride'?

  2. How many points are there in a 1 carat diamond?

  3. In the words of Frank Sinatra, Love and Marriage go together like a what?

  4. In Christian ceremonies, is it tradition for the bride to stand to the left or right side of the altar (facing the altar)?

  5. True or false: Traditionally, the ringing of church bells were said to have the power to ward away evil spirits?

  6. Who released a song in 1970 called 'Band of Gold'?

  7. It is tradition for the groom to carry the bride over the what?

  8. Which popular wedding hymn includes the lyrics, 'Each little flow'r that opens, Each little bird that sings'?

  9. Traditionally, who says their vows first, the bride or the groom?

  10. The woman who catches the bridal bouquet is said to be what?

  1. Complete the traditional wedding rhyme: Something old, ...?

  2. Which famous wedding song includes the lyrics, 'and we'll never be lonely anymore'?

  3. In some countries, it is custom to give the bride a horseshoe as it is said to retain what?

  4. Which wedding cake tier is traditionally kept for the 'baby's christening'?

  5. Which bird is a symbol of love?

  6. Is it tradition for the bride's mother or the groom's mother to sit next to the groom's father at the top table?

  7. Who traditionally makes the first wedding speech?

  8. Can you unscramble the following letters to reveal a wedding related product: EFITNTCO?

  9. True or false: The carat weight reflects the size of a diamond?

  10. In the Church of England, what have to be read out in church before a wedding ceremony can take place?