How to Coordinate Ceremony Altars
Traditionally the bride stands on the left and the groom on the right which actually stems from the old days of “marriage by capture”, when the groom needed to leave his right hand (his sword holding hand) free in case he should need to defend his bride from others who may try to steal her. [Source]
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