Honoring your family during your wedding is a popular tradition. Our parents walk us down the aisle, our siblings are a part of the wedding party, but what about the family that isn’t necessarily blood related? So many men and women join Greek organizations during their time at college, and those people also become sisters/brothers. If your Greek organization was a large part of your college experience, you probably want something special to honor your sisterhood/brotherhood at your wedding.
Sorority pins are significant of a women’s membership in their sorority, but they are also so beautiful! Attaching your pin, your bridesmaids, pins, or you and your future spouse’s letters to your bouquet is a small, but significant, gesture.
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What’s a sorority without a fun hand-sign?? A photo like this will be cherished by you and your sisters forever.
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These brides had their sorority sisters wear a corsage of their sorority flower during the wedding.
Incorporating your symbol is another way to honor your sorority and what it has meant to you! The Delta Gamma symbol is an anchor, which is easy to include as a fun decorative element at your wedding or even in your engagement photos!
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Sorority traditions–certain songs from your chapter skits, or even national sorority ritual songs–can be meaningful as well as a ton of fun for you and your sisters.
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And of course, a lineage stack is a must-have photo!
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And don’t forget about honoring his fraternity too! This groom had his fraternity brothers help him out by serenading his bride!
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