Is part of the three part series - Mother Earth Anne, Priscilla and Beaulieu
The Bride wearing the veil can be traced back to the tradition in Roman times, where a bride used to walk down the aisle with a veil over her face in order to disguise herself from any evil spirits who wanted to upset her wedding bliss.
At the start of ceremony, it was believed that the bride was especially vulnerable to the influence of evil spirits on her wedding day. Therefore, measures had to be taken in order to ward off these malevolent beings.
However, she couldn't see well through the traditional veil so her father had to escort her down the isle.
Also, the tradition for bridesmaids was in order to act as a decoy incase the evil spirits want to run away with the bride... They will run off with the bridesmaid instead and the Bride can be married and live happily ever after.
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Printed on fine art paper, using archival pigments. The print has an additional 5-10cm paper border for signing and framing.
All fine art prints are part of a Limited-Edition collection. Signed and numbered by Liesel, including a certificate of authenticity.
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