You may have heard of the “wedding day” event in which you, your partner, and your guests come together to enjoy a meal and a drink.
This tradition dates back to the Middle Ages, and it’s still a very popular way to celebrate a family wedding.
In this episode of Polygon, we’ll tell you how the event evolved, how it’s become an event of its own, and why it’s a perfect way to spend a few days together.
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This episode was recorded on October 18, 2018.
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The “Wings of the Dove” story is an amazing story of the intersection of religion, culture, and community.
And in the end, the couple who married that day has found their love story.
The Wedding Day event began in France in the late 1800s, and today the event has been celebrated in more than 120 countries and territories around the world.
Its origins are rooted in the idea that a marriage between two people of the same faith can have a profound impact on the lives of both parties.
But the story has also had an impact on its host and the stories told in the ceremony itself.
It’s also the story of how weddings became an international phenomenon.
In 2017, the French government passed a law that requires that all couples get married by the age of 30, meaning that if you’re planning to marry in France you’ll need to wait until you’re 30 to get married.
A few years later, the event became a global phenomenon, with weddings being celebrated in over 100 countries and more than 60 countries worldwide.
It has grown into a phenomenon of its very own, with couples from more than 80 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
The story of weddings day is one of those stories where both the person and the community involved are part of the story, but that the person who is making the story is the person whose name is often not even on the formal wedding day list.
“WeddINGS DAY” was born out of a desire to bring a local French tradition to the world stage.
We decided that this story needed to be told in a way that was accessible and interesting to the general public, so we decided to get a couple of different people to participate in it.
And then, we also had a couple other people who are also French, but they weren’t so interested in doing that story.
We knew we wanted to be able to get our story out in the world, so our goal was to tell it in a French context.
The first person to take part in the wedding day story was a French couple named Bruno and Marie.
Bruno had been working in a local restaurant, and had been interested in getting involved with the wedding ceremony.
But he didn’t have the knowledge or interest in the subject matter of the wedding.
He knew the event was for people of a certain faith, but he didn.
He didn’t know where it came from, he didn, and he didn�t know what the story was.
Marie, on the other hand, was a journalist and writer, and wanted to bring this story to the attention of the wider public.
She had already written several pieces about weddings, and she knew that it was something that the community was interested in, so she wanted to help bring this history to the wider world.
We were very grateful to Marie for taking part in this story.
It gave us the opportunity to hear from different people, to see what their story was, and what they had to say about this particular story.
And, at the end of the day, it gave us an idea of what we wanted the story to be, and also gave us a sense of who we wanted this story and the people involved to be.
We wanted the wedding to be about love, but it was also about faith, and about celebrating the special bond between two parents.
So it was about being able to bring together these two very different traditions and to bring people together to make this special day even more special.
And we felt that that was the essence of the whole story, and that’s what we decided we wanted.
So what was the wedding that Bruno and Maria were going to do?
They decided to go to the restaurant where the wedding was going to take place, and they had a table in front of them.
And they wanted to have a glass of wine.
And Bruno thought, I’m a wine writer, so I’d love to be the one to write the wedding story. But Marie