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day of the week except Wednesday or Friday.
When people were getting married they would not wear green, they said it was an unlucky colour. The principal colors worn was blue and white.
After the wedding the couple went to Dublin or some other big city for their honey-moon.
Taken from Bridie Carroll, Kildangan, Co Kildare.

There are old sayings about the colors in which you get married - Married in red you will wish yourself dead.
Married in black and you will wish yourself back.
Married in gray you will go far away.
Married in brown you will live in a town.
Married in green ashamed to be seen.
Married in white you have chosen right.
Married in blue your love will be true.
Married in yellow ashamed of the fellow.

Bridie Carroll
Cill Daingin, Co. Chill Dara