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Things which should not be given as wedding gifts


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts For many years deep social superstitions keep on affecting the kind of wedding gifts visitors ought to present to the spouse and man of the hour. Be that as it may, most cursed endowments can be counterbalanced by attaching a special necklace that avoids negative vitality. • Sharp Objects A very common misconception all through Europe, Asia and South‌ Page 1 of 8


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts America, anything with a cutting edge or sharp end is accepted to have the ability to damage a relationship. Blade sets, scissors, can openers; umbrellas and even table knives can make an abyss in the companionship of the beneficiary and the provider and additionally creates turmoil in a marriage. • Clock In China and Taiwan, the word clock sounds like the word passing. Timekeepers tick away, denoting the time one has left in this world‌ Page 2 of 8


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts Additionally, watches and candles speak to a constrained life and can welcome demise into the home when given as a blessing or gift. This same superstition shows up in Ukrainian, Korean, and Japanese • Mirror Because of their delicacy and the subsequent misfortune that happens when one is broken, most Asian societies evade mirrors as a suitable present for love birds as the marriage is intended to remain forever‌ Page 3 of 8


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts Convictions additionally think that destructive spirits can get to be caught in mirrors and that mirrors support selfishness and vanity. • Cash Money presents for the love birds are normal in numerous societies, including the Jewish, Hindu and Chinese groups. In any case, the cash must end in a fortunate or lucky number and be exhibited in a propitious envelope so as to present blessings and flourishing on the couple. ‌ Page 4 of 8


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts • Dish sets Dish sets is a famous wedding blessing, however a Thai superstition says that connections can smash when the glass breaks. In any case, breaking glass is a typical custom in numerous social wedding functions in light of the fact that the quantity of pieces speaks to what number of cheerful years the couple will have together. At the point when going to Italian, Jewish or Czech weddings, you are prone to hear happy cheers going with the breaking of glass. ‌ Page 5 of 8


Things which should not be given as wedding gifts • Hanky Hankies ought to never be introduced to spouses in most Asian and Pacific Islander societies since the little square of fabric is said to welcome a lifetime of tears from distress, sweat from diligent work and ailment from sickness. The Chinese word for hanky sounds like the word for goodbye, so the fabric tissue has the ability to separate another marriage. • Bags and Shoes ‌

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Things which should not be given as wedding gifts While a unique collection of baggage appears like the ideal present for love birds to use on their special night, numerous societies think giving a bag as a present opens the entryway for that individual to walk right out. Filipinos, Chinese and African Americans hold comparative convictions about shoes.

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Things which should not be given as wedding gifts  

For many years deep social superstitions keep on affecting the kind of wedding gifts visitors ought to present to the spouse and man of the...

Things which should not be given as wedding gifts  

For many years deep social superstitions keep on affecting the kind of wedding gifts visitors ought to present to the spouse and man of the...

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