“Burying The Bourbon” is a Southern Wedding Tradition That NEEDS To Be A Thing Everywhere

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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/bourbon before your wedding is a way to prevent shitty rainy weather on the wedding day.

Exactly one month before the big day, you and your future spouse bury a bottle of whiskey, top down, 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.

Hey, even if it doesn’t work, you still have a bottle of good booze to drink in the rain.

One thing is for certain – whiskey makes everything better.

 

A beer bottle on a dock

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A beer bottle on a dock