Asian Customs for Weddings

If you’re planning an Eastern wedding custom, there are many lovely customs to pick from. These rituals, which have thousands of years of historical roots, are intended to unite lovers, families, and friends.

In a conventional Korean festival, the bride and groom don hanboks azeri girl, which are colorful, lightweight fabrics with plain ranges and no hands. While violet hanboks represent intelligence, reddish ones stand for loyalty and cleanliness. The pair may even decide to don a black or white hanbok. Numerous rituals are performed during the kunbere meeting, which is held at the community shrine. Among them are toasts from guests and family members, band exchanges, and the couple’s vows.

Honorable older females assist the bride and groom in tying their hair with vibrant cotton threads before the ceremony. A group of female relatives then lead them to the family shrine and present the bride and groom with two lotus seedlings or two cleaned dates. Then a family member serves them tea that has been poured into goblets and fastened with dark string. The few therefore kneels three days in adoration of heaven, their parents, and their ancestors. Then comes a feast.