Finnish Wedding Traditions

Finnish Wedding Traditions

In Finland, a traditional bride-to-be walks door-to-door with a pillowcase, to receive her wedding presents. An older, married man walks with her, holding an umbrella or parasol to cover her. This pre-wedding tradition a symbol of protection and shelter for the new bride.

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Wedding Customs in France

Wedding Customs in France

France has always been a crossroads of Europe, so it should be no surprise that French wedding customs are a rich mix of customs from other cultures together with those nurtured in the most romantic country in the world.

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Georgian Wedding Traditions

Georgian Wedding Traditions

Real Georgian wedding is a beautiful, entertaining and rich holiday with observance of all original customs of Georgian people.

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Destination Weddings in Germany

Destination Weddings in Germany

Whether it's to honor your German heritage or simply to choose a venue that sets your wedding apart from the norm, if you're considering holding a destination wedding in Germany, there are some considerations you need to take into account.

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British Wedding Traditions

British Wedding Traditions

Weddings in Great Britain are very beautiful and unforgettable because of the prolonged customs of British people that have took form since very old times.

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Greek Wedding Traditions

Greek Wedding Traditions

Greek brides wore traditional wedding veils of yellow or red, which represented fire. These brightly colored veils were supposed to protect the bride from evil spirits and demons.

In ancient Greece, diamonds were considered teardrops of the Gods, and it was believed that a diamond reflected the flames of love.

A Greek bride may carry a lump of sugar on her wedding day to ensure she has a sweet life,or she might carry ivy, as a symbol of endless love.

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Muslim wedding in Guyana

Muslim wedding in Guyana

It's always interesting to look at the customs of another country. Especially on those which apply to all. All we are born, die, marry or get married, have children, and each nation has traditions associated with these common, but for each landmark, events.

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Wedding Traditions in Holland

Wedding Traditions in Holland

The roots of the customary bridal shower originated in Holland. If a Dutch bride was unfortunate enough enough to have her father not approve of her choice in husbands, he would not offer a dowry. Her friends would then "shower"her with gifts so she could still be married to her groom., without the help of her father.

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Chinese Wedding Customs in Hong Kong

Chinese Wedding Customs in Hong Kong

Wedding's in Hong Kong include many traditions that are handed down from generation to generation in China.

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Wedding Traditions in Iceland

Wedding Traditions in Iceland

Marriage is a very serious business in Iceland. Couples are not urged to rush into matrimony. Long engagements are the norm, sometimes three or four years.

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