Question by  Wayne58 (36)

What is the tradition of Irish wedding bells?

Someone suggested this but I do not know the tradition.


Answer by  HoneyBuns (20)

In Irish folklore, bells help fighting couples make up and also remind the couple of their wedding day and vows. The bells can be incorporated into the wedding reception if given to the guests to ring instead of hitting their glasses when they want the new couple to kiss.


Answer by  river (1226)

It's supposed remind the bride and groom of their vows, it's also to keep evil spirits away. Sometimes they call it the make up bell.


Answer by  Lindy14 (104)

This tradition states that every newly wedded couple should receive a bell as a wedding gift. The bell is placed in the home and when there is an argument or disagreement, one or the other may ring the bell signaling an end to the argument with no fault placed.


Answer by  sajjad (107)

there are two Irish wedding traditions one is 'Marry in May and Rue The Day' and the second is 'Marry in April if you can,.but the Irish wedding bells are the gift which maiden girl gives to her husband at the wedding night. mostly these bells are made of crystal.

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