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A Junkanoo Rush-Out, in which musicians would parade through the ceremony wearing costumes with masks and instruments, was a unique way to liven up the solemn vows and celebrate the happy couple.
The reception of a Bahamas wedding is where the real party begins.
Some brides feel it is important to honor the island they are getting married on by including a few of these practices in their own weddings.
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