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Greek superstitions related to weddings - Primary School of Pteleos, Greece - eTwinning - 2015-2016

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Greek learners of the Primary School of Pteleos (Magnesia, Greece) work with their European peers to collect superstitions! The third category refers to wedding-related superstitions!

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Greek superstitions related to weddings - Primary School of Pteleos, Greece - eTwinning - 2015-2016

  1. 1. WEDDING-RELATED GREEK SUPERSTITIONS Primary School of Pteleos, Magnesia, Greece eTwinning 2015-2016
  2. 2. Whoever catches the bride's bouquet is the one to get married next!
  3. 3. The bride visits her mother-in- law's house and has to step on an iron, for the marriage to be as strong as the iron!
  4. 4. The groom must not see the bride before the wedding!
  5. 5. Before going to church, the bride writes her unmarried friends' names on the sole of her wedding shoe. The first name erased after the wedding is the one who is getting married next!
  6. 6. If it rains on your wedding day, then your marriage will be full of tears!
  7. 7. Right after the wedding ceremony, the bride visits her mother-in-law's house, steps on an iron, enters the house and her mother-in-law feeds her a traditional homemade sweet!
  8. 8. When the bride visits her mother- in-law's house, she must not look back once she enters the house! If she does, things will be bad in this marriage!
  9. 9. WEDDING-RELATED GREEK SUPERSTITIONS Primary School of Pteleos, Magnesia, Greece eTwinning 2015-2016

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