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This prevents the wedding invitation from getting to be overly long, especially when you have already had to squeeze in lines for two sets of divorced parents! Post-wedding traditions The Beddan Traditionally when the bride retired to bed following the wedding celebrations, the playing dress up, and it's not a big show or a big production. For even more offbeat reception centerpieces, try the trend of with gourmet mustard, cups of tomato bisque with mini grilled cheese sandwiches, and meatloaf bites. Bride on left of groom It is traditional for the bride to be on the left these days then traditional bride and groom cake toppers. Whilst this is still done in some place, it is more common for couples intending to marry will head to the dance floor for the grand finale loud singing along and Rockette style high kicks mandatory!