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An Irish bride should carry an Irish linen handkerchief in her
wedding bouquet down the aisle. When she tosses her bouquet
(inclusive of her handkerchief) the girl who catches it will have
good luck. The young lady who caught it should then place it in her
wedding bouquet, and the next girl to catch it will have good luck.
The same tradition will be carried on from bride to bride.
|Subject headings:||CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Marriage Bouquet|
BELIEF -- Marriage
BELIEF -- Good luck
Date learned: 08-00-1990