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What is a Secondline?

If you want to incorporate a truly unique southern tradition into your wedding festivity, a 2nd line parade would perfect! You may be familiar with it but have you ever wondered how it started? During Mardi Gras, there is what is called a "main line" parade complete with music and a marching band and the curious onlookers who weren't a part of the parade would follow it and they quickly became known as the "Secondline." To truly capture what the 2nd line is people must follow the band and dance carrying decorated umbrellas and handkerchiefs, napkins whatever is in arms reach to wave in the air. It usually takes place after the ceremony when the band will lead the guests on the reception location. If the ceremony and reception are both in the same place, the Secondline can be done at the reception itself, usually towards the end.

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