During the marriage ceremony, the bride stands on the left and the groom on the
right. The origin of this goes back to the days when a groom would capture his
bride by kidnapping her.
If the groom had to fight off other men who also wanted
her as their bride, he would hold his bride-to-be with his left hand allowing
his right hand to be free to use his sword.
The bride stands on the left of the groom because she was created
out of his left rib.
Remember that a bride stands to the
right of her groom. (In a civilian weddings she stands at his left).
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