Full Disclosure Galore! There is an interesting fact that in the U.S. if either the bride or the groom does not disclose to each other about venereal diseases, impotency, infertility or any physical impairments, it is enough reason to void the marriage.
Here is another interesting fact about #WeddingTraditions. A bride is carried across a threshold because it in the olden days it was believed that evil spirits lurked at the threshold and that the bride was reluctant to leave her parents home.
A bride is traditionally carried over the threshold either to symbolize her reluctance to leave her father’s home or because evil spirits hovered over the threshold of a house—so she was lifted over the entrance to protect her from the spirits.
During Biblical times, shoes were seen as a badge of authority because they lifted a person off the ground, differentiating them from barefoot slaves and serfs. They were used to seal a bargain and fathers would give his son-in-law a pair on the wedding day as symbol of transferring authority.
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Lake Atitlan is renowned as Central America's deepest lake and one of most beautiful lakes in the world. Three volcanoes surround this awe inspiring lake to create spectacular views. There are many activities that you and your spouse can engage in such as kayaking, hiking, shopping and ziplining. You can also visit the villages that surround this lake to experience the Guatemalan culture.