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... able to call and give thanks to them. There is an unspoken minimum of giving $30 dollars in Canada and there is no maximum. The money is to help the couple start a new life. After Edna and George’s honeymoon they make sure to call all guests that gave them money. It could take hours calling 100+ people but it is a courtesy. They are hoping to start their family soon after they get married seeing as they are both established in their careers and feel that they are ready to start having children. The couple will have a traditional marriage that includes one man and one woman together as husband and wife. After having their first child, it is customary for the bride’s mother to come live with the couple in order to come help her daughter. If the bride’s mother is not alive, the groom’s mother would have to take over. We wish Edna and George the best in their marriage.
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