Would you walk on glass to get married?

Would you walk on glass to get married?

- There is now a new service for weddings

- A Spanish company is offering couples to walk on broken glass!

- The bride and groom tread on glass shards barefoot

Strange-colored flowers, chocolate truffles, oh –those pretty doves to fly into the air, the alternative music band… Couples –or their wedding organizers– are always coming up ever more original innovations to use at ceremonies.

But a Spanish company has hit an all-time high in originality with a new service: walking barefoot on broken glass. They are selling their idea that this action is a metaphor for marriage.

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Would you walk on glass to get married?

Wedding Glass organizers are offering their “The Crystals of Love” for bride and groom to step on as ritual. They are counting on this custom to become a popular trend, especially for those couples looking for original actions beyond classic traditions at weddings.

Would you walk on glass to get married?

Does it hurt?

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When performing “The Crystals of Love”, the bride and groom walk towards each other over their own trail of broken glass. The pieces represent the present time, and there is a small space at the end of the trail which represents the life that the newlyweds want to build together.

Would you walk on glass to get married?

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The Wedding Glass website states that “The Crystals of Love” ritual is supposed to raise the couple’s confidence in their ability to overcome life challenges together. “As we walk down the path, we have to… feel the strength and passion of the commitment... Every step we take has to be firm and secure”, they affirm.

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