The James T. Callow Folklore Archive
It is a tradition in Marcie's Polish family to have a
mock wedding, the day after an actual wedding ceremony
takes place in the family. All the guests assume positions
in the wedding, and act out another wedding and reception.
They sometimes dress in strange outfits, and invent humorous
themes for the various positions in the wedding party.
Examples: a jilted lover, bride dresses like a whore, the
groom is too drunk to stand up straight, etc.
James Callow Keyword(s): HUMOR
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DRAMA -- Secular
CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Marriage
Date learned: 00001970S