click to enable zoom
We didn't find any results
open map
View Roadmap Satellite Hybrid Terrain My Location Fullscreen Prev Next
We found 0 results. View results
Your search results

Rituals for an Asian marriage

Posted by Sami Kamboh on December 15, 2023

Festivals for Asian wedding ceremonies are steeped in convention and symbolism. This article will help you better understand some of the rites and events that are portion of this wonderful celebration of love, whether you are planning an Eastern wedding or are just wondering about the many unique traditions that have been passed down.

A pair is welcomed into their new home by the groom’s parents in China with a bride feast that includes numerous opportune sexy chinese foods, including whole tuna for presence, a feeding swine for purity, poultry dishes for peace and harmony, and sweet lotus seed desserts for fertility. Midway through the feast, the wife typically switches into her purple qipao, and the partners stock a slide of home pictures from both sides of the family. At the conclusion of the reception, a raucous “yam seng” ( cheers ) toast is typically served to congratulate the groom on winning the heart of his stunning bride.

A dancers cat, a parade of musicians, banners, lanterns, and the woman’s friends may then lead the vicar’s gathering to the princess’s home, which will be escorted by a dancers lion and the couple’s friends. Tsao Chun, a Chinese chai, is fully served to the couple. The families of the bride and groom may therefore offer the couple lai see, or happy red envelopes filled with money.

No marriage, a Yui custom, can still be observed at Japanese ceremonies today. Obi and Hakama, longer draped Sendai fabric skirts that express female righteousness, as well as sakura, or plum blossoms, which represent happiness, are exchanged here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Compare Listings