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Only A Kleinfeld Bridal Consultant Can Pass This Wedding Trivia Quiz

All you need is love (and the right answers).

  1. Which dress is a mermaid gown?

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    A mermaid style dress flares at the knees.

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  2. Where does the train attach to the dress?

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    The train attaches to the back of the dress, either as part of the skirt or a detachable piece.

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  3. Which British queen popularized white wedding dresses?

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    The white gown Queen Victoria wore helped popularize the tradition.

    She married Prince Albert in 1840.

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  4. Which hand is the wedding ring worn on?

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    The ring is worn on the left hand because people used to believe a vein ran from the left ring finger to the heart.

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  5. Fill in the blank: "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something __."

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    According to an Old English rhyme, a bride should wear "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" for good luck.

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  6. What is the name of the bridal body art that originated in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa?

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    Mehndi uses pigment from dried henna leaves.

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  7. Which of these is considered bad luck for the couple to do before the ceremony?

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    Seeing each other before the ceremony is traditionally considered bad luck for the couple.

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  8. What does the couple break at a Jewish wedding?

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    Glass is broken to represent the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.

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  9. Which month is considered bad luck for a wedding?

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    An old superstition says, "Marry in May, rue the day."

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  10. What household object might the couple jump over at a wedding?

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    The tradition of jumping the broom originated in West Africa.

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  11. Which of this does NOT mean "getting married"?

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    Tying the knot, getting hitched, and dropping the anchor all mean getting married.

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  12. What part of the cake does the couple save?

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    Many couples freeze the top tier of their wedding cake and eat it on their first anniversary.

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