(Closed) Blusher veil for secondary virginity?

posted 9 years ago in Christian
Post # 32
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Busy bee

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@BostonBaby:  Plus, father’s would often promise their prettiest daughter to someone, and than put a veil on the uglier daughter and switch them during the wedding. And back then, you couldn’t get divorced. 🙂 Thank God I’m an only child!

Post # 33
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I think anybody can wear a blusher veil anytime they want. I plan to wear a blusher veil to the grocery store later. I think blushers are lovely. I didn’t wear one…not because I’m a big ol’ slut, but because it was cheaper to get a veil without a blusher, and I’m CHEAP.

I think if it really means something to you, wear it, knowing what it means to you and your fiance. And if anybody else is sititng there watching you announce your love for each other and tutt tutting under their breath, then they’ve missed the point of this whole thing.

Post # 34
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Sorry to show my ignorance. But what is secondary virginity?

Post # 35
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Buzzing bee

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@Tostones:  There’s no such thing. Don’t worry.

Post # 36
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010
Post # 36
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Wannabee

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bridallily:  Well Bridalily, originally white was the color of ‘celebration’ then it became the color of purity. I say wear white, a veil and a blusher, it’s your day, wear what you want & have fun with your special big day with your Htb. If people snicker about your wearing a blusher, the truth is they will find something to snicker about anyway… but I think 1st or 2nd marriage, virgin or not, once you walk down the isle with a veil and blusher, you will look so lovely people will forget to snicker:)

Post # 38
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - San Francisco, CA

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bridallily:  It sounds a lot like you’ve already decided you can’t wear a blusher veil because Google said not to, despite a wedding symbolism scholar telling you that’s not the symbolism. Is there something deeper to this issue that you’re worried about?

 

ETA – WHOOPS! Old thread, my bad.

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