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Rehearsal dinners are a nice way to relax and mingle before your wedding. However, it's also a place where your friends and family may share secrets that you'd rather they'd just keep to themselves.

If you're throwing a rehearsal dinner, we hope you don't hear these 9 things:

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There's nothing like the bond between a father and his daughter. And while you'll always be his little girl, to him, this wedding kind of symbolizes the end of your childhood.

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Most of the time weddings can be pretty boring for a kid. (You have to sit still and be quiet for so long... it's the WORST.)

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Remember when people used to throw rice at newlyweds? The tradition, which originated in Ancient Rome, stemmed from the desire to "shower" the couple with fertility, abundance, and good luck. A few decades ago, it was discovered that uncooked rice was bad for birds... so the tradition evolved and we found other things to throw at the bride and groom. Apparently, people really love throwing things.

Here are 11 bird-friendly things you can still pelt your favorite newlyweds with:

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After spending hours at the florists, you finally picked out your wedding bouquet. Congratulations! But do you know what those flowers you're about to spend a fortune on actually mean? All flowers symbolize something, so make sure you're only bringing good tidings down the aisle.

Here are the 9 most popular wedding bouquet flowers and what they could symbolize:

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