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Toasting glasses - Glasses used at a wedding for the bride and groom to use during the toast.

Tuxedo - A jacket and matching trousers worn at a formal wedding.

Trellis - A woven wooden frame that supports climbing plant life.

Tossing bouquet - A copy of the bridal bouquet that’s used to throw in the air for a bridesmaid or unmarried female guest to catch at the wedding reception.

Tails - The tail coat worn at formal weddings.

Tiara - A thin jeweled headpiece with a higher front and sloping sides worn on the top of the head.

Train – The extended part of the wedding gown that trails along the floor behind the bride.

Tulle – Fine mesh on bridal veils, wedding favors, and in wedding gowns made from nylon, silk or rayon.

Tiffany (diamond) - A basic 2-3mm ring setting where the head holds a single diamond.

Tiers – Stacked cakes supported by pillars that creates a multi-layered cake.

Trousseau - Personal possessions of a bride, including clothes, accessories, and household linens and wares.

Trunk Show - A trunk show allows a bridal gown designer to present her/his latest designs to the store’s customers.

Tallis - (tal-lis) - A prayer shawl that’s worn by married Jewish men in Orthodox synagogues and all adult men (and some women) in Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist synagogues.  

Torah - (to-RAH) – First five books of the Hebrew bible.

Tzedakah - (tz'dah-KAH) -The obligatory Jewish requirement of rightous behavior that ensures the well-being of fellow human beings.