Marriage Customs from around the World

Every society, nation, and spiritual belief has a unique ceremony custom that reflects their love and marriage outlook. We’ve got you covered whether you’re looking for ideas for your own special time or desire to learn more about the rich history of international bridal norms.

One of the most exciting moments of a bride’s wedding day will be the walk down the aisle, according to virtually any bride. It’s the first day her attendees does notice her, and it’s frequently the first time her upcoming husband or wife may view her.

In Mexico, it is common to see a service where the woman’s palms are bound together with a rope, or lazo. This symbolic gesture, which is also popular in Filipino and Latino weddings, symbolizes the union of two families and a devotion to their new lives together.

Grooms typically serenade their weddings before the marriage festival in Italy. The groom and his friends and family will gather outside of the bride’s apartment, entertain themselves with music or meal while waiting for the bride to come. Before escorting her to the church, the man will song her with a melody to additional entice her.

Vodka buildings are a common design at a lot of contemporary marriages. A loving and visually pleasing way to serve your guests is by pouring the effervescent into the pyramid’s best, which then overflows to fill the remaining glasses. The man and his companions attend a Falaka ceremony in South Korea where they replace his shoes, bind his feet, and use dried carp or sticks to beat him. This may seem cruel, but it’s intended to show that the wedding is capable of anything and that he can stand up to whatever.

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