Karli Bulnes, PopSugarTV
What wedding traditions will you keep? Me and my husband-to-be are big on traditions, as are our family members (my future mother-in-law actually made us drink from one of those German wedding cups at our engagement party even though neither one of us have German roots!). As such, we're sticking to most of the wedding day staples — I'll be in a big, white dress with a veil pulled over my face, I will definitely have something borrowed, blue, old, and new on me, but most importantly, we've agreed not to see one another before the curtains open for my walk down the aisle. I get why some couples plan a preview to save time by snapping photos ahead of the ceremony, but this is just one tradition we can't bear to break. I'll also be participating in all the other usual reception moments such as tossing the bouquet, having a garter toss, and a perfectly posed cake cutting.
What wedding traditions will you ditch? The one tradition we're doing without is a father-daughter dance. Unfortunately, my dad passed away when I was younger, and while we'll be honoring him with a mention in our program and in a photo charm that will be attached to my bouquet, we're just going to do a mother-son dance for my guy and his mom and I may join in halfway through with my future father-in-law.