Southern Wedding Tradition: Burying the Bourbon

No one ever said Southern traditions weren't quirky--and this next Southern wedding tradition fits right in! (Missed the first tradition we shared? Read all about cake pulls here.)

Southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of bourbon at the site where the bride and groom are to be married it won't rain on their wedding day. According to many believers, this must be done exactly one month before the wedding, the bottle must be completely full, and it must be buried upside down to ensure maximum weather persuasion.

We've also heard a variation that stipulates the burying should be done on a day with weather you'd be happy to have on your wedding day. Rain or shine, the bottle should be dug up post-ceremony and enjoyed with the bridal party, making this a win-win tradition no matter the skies.

See more from this beautiful Southern wedding by Blue Ribbon Vendor Jodi Miller here. And be sure to follow us at SouthernWeddings.com for more Southern traditions, inspiration, and real weddings!

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