Wedding superstitions may be seen as something passé in nature. But here in the Philippines, tradition is always blended well with modernity. Superstitions center on practices that may bring your life good luck or misfortune. And although superstitious beliefs completely disregard the pillars of logic, they are a healthy embrace of culture and heritage.
When making all the arrangements to ensure that your wedding day is an unforgettable one filled with precious memories and the best catering services in Manila, don’t forget to get acquainted with some of the many traditional wedding practices that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Let’s take a look at the top 10 most followed Filipino wedding superstitions:
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