Different religions have different beliefs as regards the breakup of marriage. The Catholic Church will not, in fact, grant an annulment petition unless the marriage has also been dissolved or annulled under civil law. Gifts are not opened at the reception; they are either opened ahead of time and sometimes displayed at the reception, or if guests could not deliver gifts ahead of time, they are placed on a table at the reception for the bride and groom to take home with them and open later. In some social groups, the process is repeated for unmarried men with the groom tossing the bride's garter for the same purpose. The people are most commonly one man and one woman, though some religions have permitted polygamous marriages and some faiths and denominations recognize same-sex marriages.
This allows them to create a list of household items, usually including china, silverware and crystalware; often including linen preferences, pots and pans, and similar items. In some social groups, the process is repeated for unmarried men with the groom tossing the bride's garter for the same purpose. If dancing is provided, the bride and groom first dance together. They then entwine arms and feed each other a bite of cake. The bride tosses her bouquet over her shoulder to the assembled unmarried women; the woman who catches it, superstition has it, will be the next to marry. Gifts for the bride and groom are optional, although most guests attempt to give at least a token gift of their best wishes. A color scheme is often used so that the invitation matches the bridesmaids' dresses and the table settings. The couple often registers for gifts at a store well in advance of their wedding. The Catholic Church will not, in fact, grant an annulment petition unless the marriage has also been dissolved or annulled under civil law. The cake-cutting ceremony takes place; the bride and groom jointly hold a cake cutter--often a special silver keepsake cutter purchased or given as a gift for the occasion--and cut the first pieces of the wedding cake. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. In some countries, cultures and religions, the actual act of marriage begins during the wedding ceremony. The bridal party lines up in a receiving line and the wedding guests file past, introducing themselves. The purpose of inviting guests was to have them witness a couple's marriage ceremony and vows and to share in the bride and groom's joy and celebration. Dancing continues throughout the reception. Usually snacks or a meal are served while the guests and bridal party mingle. The registry information should, according to etiquette, be provided only to guests who request it. Different religions have different beliefs as regards the breakup of marriage. In others, the legal act of marriage occurs at the time of signing a marriage license or other legal document, and the wedding is then an opportunity to perform a traditional ceremony and celebrate with friends and family. This produces the phenomenon of Catholics getting church annulments simultaneously with civil divorces, so that they may remarry both legally and sacramentally. A Christian or other mainstream wedding and reception including a Jewish wedding in the United States follow a similar pattern to the Italian wedding. At the wedding reception following the ceremony, sometimes at the same location but sometimes at a different venue: In the area of nullity, religions and the state often apply different rules, meaning that a couple, for example, could have their marriage annulled by the Catholic Church but still be married in the eyes of the law because the state disagrees with the church over whether an annulment can be granted in a given case. In some cultures, the money dance takes place, in which it is expected and encouraged for guests to pin money onto the young bride and groom to help them get started in their new lives. Often further protocol is followed, where they dance first with their respective mother and father, then possibly with the maid of honor and best man; then the bride and groom rejoin while the parents of the bride and groom join the dance and the best man and maid of honor dance together; then other attendants join in; then finally everyone is entitled to dance.
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