Wedding Customs & Traditions around the World

Wedding Customs & Traditions around the World

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Marriage is an event that is celebrated all over the world. The only question is how? The color red has a special meaning for the Chinese, a flower garland is set on fire in Switzerland and the bride’s garter is cut into pieces in Spain. As true citizens of the world, you can of course just put some traditions together for a wedding your way! Finnish tradition For a long time in Finland it has been customary for the bride to go door after door and transport the gifts she received in a pillowcase. Incidentally, the bride did not do this alone, she was assisted during this trip by an older married man, who symbolized a long and happy marriage. Engaged in Turkey During a Turkish engagement, the rings are tied to a ribbon, after which the couple slides the rings around each other's fingers. The ribbon is then cut by an imam or relative of the girl. The moment the ribbon is cut, the bride-to-be is engaged. Relaxing in Egypt Getting married often also brings a lot of tension. The preparations take a lot of time, with some brides even worrying on the day itself about the decoration of the location, whether the wedding cake will be delivered on time and whether uncle Piet is having a good time. In Egypt they get this! It is a tradition here for the bride's family to provide the food for the first week after the wedding so that the couple can relax. Wedding cake from Rome The story goes that the tradition of the wedding cake originated with the ancient Romans. During wedding ceremonies, the clergy broke a piece of bread over the head of the new bride for a long and happy marriage. In other cultures, they dropped wheat, flour, or cake on the bride's head. The crumbs brought good luck and were eaten by the guests present. The British used to bake baskets of dry crackers that guests would take home at the end of the day. In the Middle Ages, guests brought small cakes, which were stacked on a table. Tradition dictates that the bride and groom had to kiss each other over all the cakes. In the end, a young baker decided to collect all these cakes and apply icing over them. Hindu happiness Most bridal couples are the first to check the weather on their wedding day when they wake up. After all, nobody is waiting for a downpour when it is time for a photo report in the park or a well-prepared lunch in the castle garden. Or is it? According to Hindu tradition, rain on your wedding day is considered a sign of good luck. Bridal dress from Asia Don't be surprised if you bump into someone in Asia in a dress with embroidered cranes on it. It’s just like a matrimonial bond between the two souls. If the myth is true, these couples will always be faithful to each other throughout the marriage. Bridal couple in Sweden In Sweden they have their own idea of the tradition whereby the bride's father brings his daughter to the bridegroom: they think it is nonsense! In this country, the bride and groom just enter together! Irish gift Bring a bell as a wedding gift if you are ever invited to an Irish wedding. The sound of the bell would keep 'evil spirits' out, bring harmony and remind the bridal couple of the wedding vow. Korean bridal shoes In traditional wedding attire, Korean brides wear typical boat-shaped silk bridal shoes with white cotton socks! The three painted red circles on both cheeks and forehead ward off evil spirits. Flowers in India In India, flowers play a major role during a wedding. A tradition that is passed on from generation to generation is that after the wedding ceremony, the groom's brother scatters petals over the newlywed couple to ward off evil. Italian bridal decoration Some bridal couples often wear something green on the night before the wedding. Tradition has it that this brings luck and wealth. Another nice custom is that all entrances, entrances and exits through which the bridal couple walks are decorated with ribbons tied together. This symbolizes the unity of the newly-weds. Greek coziness Greeks love open-air weddings with lots of dance and fun. All guests eat and drink wine and raki with them, with no distinction between day and evening guests. The custom is for the bridal couple to personally visit each guest to toast the wedding. Chinese red Chinese culture has many different wedding traditions. The best known is that the color red in this country symbolizes happiness!

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