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A few that come to mind. By the Sefardic wedding the Chasan makes a Shehechiyanu and puts on a new Talis under the Chupa, which is not done by the Ashkenazim. By the Sefardic wedding the Chasan leaves the Chupa and goes to greet the Kalla as she is coming down the aisle, which is not done by the Ashkenazim.
He didn't say anyone walked with the queen on one arm and a hat in the opposite hand at a wedding. He said doing so reminded him of a wedding. I suspect he was referring to walking with the bride on one arm and a candle in the opposite hand, to the chupa, a common custom.
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