Asian Customs for Weddings

There are many lovely beliefs to choose from if you’re planning an eastern wedding history. These rituals, which have thousands of years of historical roots, are intended to unite people, families, and friends.

In a conventional Korean ceremony, the bride and groom don hanboks, which are colourful, portable fabrics without wallets. While orange hanboks represent discernment, red ones stand for chastity and loyalty. The partners can also opt to don a white or black hanbok. Numerous rituals are performed during the kunbere festival, which is held at the home altar. Among them are toasts from guests and family members, ring exchanges, and the couple’s vows.

Honorable older females assist the bride and groom in tying their hair with colorful fabric threads before the service. A group of female friends then lead them to the family temple and present the bride and groom with two flower seeds or two powdered dates. After that, a family member serves them teas that has been poured into tankards and fastened with reddish strings. The couple finally bows three times in reverence for god, their parents, and their predecessors. There is then a dinner.

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