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When December's rain fall fast, marry and true love will last.
In Ireland today most weddings, but by no means all, take place on a Saturday. This is usually to facilitate visitors to the reception who would otherwise be at their place of work.
Starting from the beginning of the courting process, the list will go through the traditions of Scottish weddings in the order they would occur, from The Wooin’, leading up to the wedding ceremony and on through to At the New Home.
Within each section, the traditions will be listed in the order of their occurrence ~ except the Wedding, which is alphabetized. You can use any of the Scottish traditions for weddings you like, or you can ignore any that don’t interest you.
In Modern times the tradition occurs on the actual wedding day although in centuries past the ceremony acted as a kind of temporary marriage.
As the decades and years rolled by and as the Catholic religion developed and reasserted itself in Ireland, the choice of Sunday became frowned upon as it was often seen as a mark of disrespect.
When February birds do mate, you may wed, nor dread your fate.
If you wed when March winds blow, joy and sorrow both you'll know.
Or at the very least you can add some lovely traditions and Irish Wedding Customs from the Gaelic history of Ireland to your big day. It is not unheard of for hundreds of guests to attend a fancy hotel for a swanky reception, for children in formal attire to be employed as page boys, ring bearers and even seating attendants!
Some modern couples spurn the traditional Church setting preferring to be wed on a Caribbean beach or perhaps in a foreign Church (with blessings in Rome always proving popular). Irish history is veneered with centuries of oppression that was particularly harsh in respect of the Catholic religion.      Marry in April when you can, joy for maiden and for man.