My husband and I were married exactly one week after his commissioning. Fresh out of college and naïve to the military traditions; we had minimal military pomp and circumstance at our wedding (save for the fact my husband wore his uniform). We were also married in 2007 which was before Pinterest <insert gasp of disbelief here and envision the plain and boring wedding décor>. I wanted to know what other couple chose to do to honor military traditions at their wedding, so I asked the experts-fellow military spouses. Many of them did not know participating in some of the most popular traditions would be such a pain in the rear!
Sword/Saber Arch The arch seems to be the most memorable and obvious military tradition honored at weddings, the brides stories below made me chuckle.
Cake cutting and Missing Man Table:
Did you honor any military traditions at your wedding? Please share in the comments!
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