Post # 1
i really want to accesorize my dress with a blingy pearl necklace and i mentioned it to my mom she looked shocked and told me that if you wear pearls on your wedding day; youll have a marriage full of tears and hardships. uhh yea idk because i see ALOT of girls that are going to wear pearls.
any one have any insight on this?
Post # 3
@Missus_LLC: Well, in the South, I think MOST brides wear pearls and most of the married couples that I know have really great marriages even if the bride did wear pearls on her wedding day.
I also plan on wearing pearls. I don’t think a piece of jewelry will dicate how your life will go
Post # 4
I wore pearls for my wedding day and they came with a booklet about the pearls. It actually said the opposite. That the pearls will take the place of the bride’s tears…so a happy marriage.
Post # 5
I don’t believe in superstitious stuff like that. Wear whatever jewelry you want!
Post # 6
lol thanks, yeah when she said it i was caught off guard and said huh! but yea i agree i was just curious if anyone else had heard anything similar
Post # 7
I’d never heard of that. If that’s the look you want, go for it! You could spend your whole life worrying about old superstitions.
Post # 9
I wore pearls for my wedding and am in a wonderful marriage…don’t buy into things like that and do exactly what you want!! 🙂
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Post # 11
I don’t think you should let it stop you, but my grandmother thinks you should never give pearls as a gift bc it’s bad luck or causes tears. Sounds like your mom’s idea. Though I will say, a few years ago she gave me a pearl ring!! Lol
Post # 12
oh yeah… and I am wearing pearls. The same pearls my grandmother wore and I don’t see her crying all the time
Post # 13
I wore pearls… I’ve never heard of that. I didn’t care about the superstitions that I had heard of… But I haven’t even heard of that one! 🙂
Post # 14
So weird, my mom literally JUST told me that old saying. I had never heard of it before either.
I’m not superstitious at all so it wouldn’t stop me from wearing them.
Post # 15
@Missus_LLC: I have heard about this — wearing pearls on your wedding day = a marriage full of tears. I don’t know where this tale originates from but I have heard it and so has my mom, Future Mother-In-Law, and Fiance. However, the Greeks believed pearls helped promote marital harmony and prevented newlywed brides from crying.
Post # 16
I’ve never heard of this one!!
Guess I’ll be screwed too 😛