5 wedding beliefs made popular by advertisers

Interestingly though, many of the expectations and traditions that we consider integral to getting married are actually the invention of savvy advertisers.

In this age of aggressive marketing by advertisers, people have been "groomed" to accept certain things about weddings as promoted by the stakeholders in the industry.

While some wedding traditions are lovely and make for lasting memories, others feel forced, dated and altogether irrelevant.

Interestingly though, many of the expectations and traditions that we consider integral to getting married are actually the invention of savvy advertisers. According to The Huffington Post, here are five you may not have known about:

What other "commercial" wedding beliefs do you know of that are not listed here? Share with us.

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