Asian Bridal Traditions

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With teenagers and their babies embracing culture and tradition, more newlyweds than ever before are turning to the Asian territory for their large evening. Whether it is an Indian or Korean American ceremony, the ceremonies are a lovely way for families to interact with their traditions and pass on divine traditions.

One of the most important wedding traditions is the spinning of the sacred hearth, which translates to “your aspirations for wealth and obligation to your community are encircled by this fire”. This meeting is often conducted in front of the bride and groom’s parents before they take their pledges.

Another common ritual is paying admiration to the child’s elders, which is done by the bride preparing meal for her novel husband’s relatives the day after their marriage. This is a means for the bride to demonstrate her gratitude to her in- laws and to ask for their riches.

The wife may also browse her own kids for breakfast a few days after her bridal to congratulate them for raising her and give them a present as a form of owing.

In the past, when Chinese couples were engaged, the groom had to pay the bride price, which was usually in the form of money, gifts or a roasted pig. The bride’s family then wished the couple a long and prosperous marriage. Tea was also served as a betrothal gift, as it is believed that the evergreen nature of the plant signifies longevity.

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