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Bridezilla Fact #72: Kevin Costner's wedding cake was designed to resemble the Rocky Mountains, where he was married.
Bridezilla Fact #71: The custom of a double-ring ceremony, in which the groom as well as the bride receives a ring, appeared first in America in the 1940's.
Bridezilla Fact #70: The mayor of Amsterdam officiated at the first gay marriage in the Netherlands.
Bridezilla Fact #69: Gay marriage was legalized in Belgium in 2002.
Bridezilla Fact #68: During the Victorian period, wealthier brides began wearing white gowns to show they could afford a special dress they would only wear once.
Bridezilla Fact #67: The "something blue" tradition comes from the favorite old line, "Those who dress in blue have lovers true."
Bridezilla Fact #66: Since 2002 nearly every wedding expense has increased by 20%.
Bridezilla Fact #65: Including a dog in the bridal party is one of the newest trends in weddings.
Bridezilla Fact #64: In early times of marriage women were thought of as property and the ring was a sort of leash or band of property.
Bridezilla Fact #63: The earliest evidence of wedding rings dates back to around 2800 B.C. in Egypt.
Bridezilla Fact #62: The kissing of the bride grew out of feudal times of kissing a lord's ring.
Bridezilla Fact #61: The groom's cake tradition is strongest in the Southern part of the U.S.
Bridezillas Fact: Most diamonds are roughly 3 billion years old.
Bridezillas Fact: In Poland, it is believed that sprinkling sugar on a bride's bouquet keeps her temper sweet.
Bridezillas Fact: The average bridesmaid spends $1400 per wedding.
Bridezillas Fact: Statistics show that 75% of couples marrying today already share a home.
Bridezilla Fact #56: The groom's cake was originally a fruitcake that was placed beside the bride's cake and later cut and boxed for the guests to take home.
Bridezilla Fact #55: A bride who keeps a piece of her wedding cake will have a loving and faithful husband.
Bridezilla Fact #54: It is the best man's duty to protect the groom and ensure that once he leaves for the ceremony that he does not return for any reason.
Bridezilla Fact #53: The top tier of the wedding cake is often kept by couples for the christening of their first child.