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Burying A Bottle Whiskey Before Your Wedding Is A Must-Try Southern Tradition

I LOVE this idea, and I’m kind of kicking myself for only hearing about it now.

Southern superstition holds that burying a bottle of whiskey (or bourbon, take your pick) before your wedding is a way to prevent crappy weather on the wedding day. Exactly one month before the big day, you and your future spouse bury a bottle of whiskey, top down, and close to the place where your vows will be said.

When the wedding day come around, dig that bad boy up and take drink, cheers to a lifetime of health and happiness.

I mean, worse comes to worse, it still rains but you have a fun photo opportunity with a dirty bottle of good whiskey. After a few sips, you won’t even care that it’s raining.

h/t: Snippet and Ink

Whiskey Riff is the most entertaining country site…ever.