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He was a child. His family used to call him Boo. (when), You are the bride. You wear a white dress. (when), A man proposes. He gets on his knee. (when), The newlyweds go on their honeymoon. They must make reservations. (before), In Italy. A couple gets married. A friend or relavite releases two white doves. (before), The bestman gives a speech. Guests make a toast. (after), It's bad luck. For the groom to see his bride. (before), People throw rice at the bride and groom. They are married. (after), The bride and groom enter the reception. They break a plate for good luck. (when), In France. Brides and grooms eat chocolate. The reception begins. (after), In Mexico. A man wants to marry his girlfriend. He must ask her father's hand. (when), The newlyweds enter their home for the first time. The groom need to carry the bride. (When), In Egypt. The bride's friends pich her. The cereminy begins. (before), In Finland. Brides collect gifts in a pillow case. The big day arrives. (before), In Morocco. Brides take a milk bath. Their wedding ceremony. (before), In Holland. A pine tree is planted outside the newlywed's home. The wedding. (after), In Egypt. The bride's family does all the cook for a week. The wedding. (after), In the ceremony, guests stand up. The bride arrives. (when).
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