There is nothing as magical as a wedding ceremony. It is invariably one of the most important moments in a person's life. It is no surprise that a lot of meticulous planning and detailing go into creating the ‘perfect wedding.’While a lot of people crave unique weddings with a personal touch on it, some customs are always followed. When former American actress, Meghan Markle got married to Prince Harry earlier this year, a lot of people noticed the distinct differences between her wedding and most weddings in the US. Most of those differences aren't due to the wedding being a royal one but to British customs regarding weddings. In light of this, here are the most distinct differences you are likely to find between US and UK weddings.
1. Wedding Vows
You might not notice this unless you are the one getting married or have attended a lot of British weddings. While most American weddings feature personalized wedding vows, British weddings most times do not allow for such. Writing vows for your own wedding is only common in the US. Most Brits get married in the Church of England which has its own script for the wedding including the wedding vows. Unless you have attended tons of weddings in the UK, you might not be aware that most of the wedding vows are repeated.
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