Traditional Indian Wedding Ceremony

Traditional Indian Wedding Ceremony

Traditional Indian weddings are a grand affair and involves lavish preparations. The number of people attending a wedding could be anywhere between 500 - 1000.

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Indonesian Wedding Tradition

Indonesian Wedding Tradition

An Indonesian wedding is a very important occasion. The bride and groom will send an invitation to anyone that they are acquainted with, which usually means there could be hundreds or even thousands of guests.

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Iraqi Wedding Traditions

Iraqi Wedding Traditions

Every wedding starts with the engagement, the guy see a girl, then if they like each other, he asks for her hand (in other words to get marry), she might be a relative, neighbor, cousin, they might be work mates, or students in the same collage etc. First he goes with his parents to hers, and tells them his desire to ask their daughter to get marry, (if the girl's father is dead, he should go to her eldest uncle).

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Irish Wedding Traditions & Customs

Irish Wedding Traditions & Customs

An Irish traditional wedding is a beautiful ceremony to see or take part in. From the stunning attire of both the bride and groom.

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Jewish Wedding

Jewish Wedding

Marriage is a holy institution in Judaism. Its very name in Hebrew, "kiddushin," means "sanctification." Most of the laws and customs relating to the wedding ceremony (Chatunah), its preparations and Seudat Mitzvah (festive reception meal) date back to our Patriarchs and the giving of the Torah at Sinai.

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Italian Wedding Traditions

Italian Wedding Traditions

In the past, Italian wedding engagements were usually orchestrated by the families of the bride and groom. Lineage was of the most importance, and if the bride's father had any doubts, negotiations could stop in their tracks. In some cases, a matchmaker sent a message (masciata) to the prospective bride's family of the man's hope to marry. If her family found the groom's proposal acceptable, there would be wedding bells and a marriage.

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Jamaican Wedding Traditions

Jamaican Wedding Traditions

With a relaxed and amazingly hospitable culture, Jamaican weddings are some of the best examples of a real coming together of families as well as friends and indeed whole communities for a real celebration! With some extraordinarily beautiful wedding backdrop options, including coastal, city or inland, Jamaica is a fantastic place to visit for the purposes of marriage whether to hold one or to be a part of someone elses celebration.

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Marriage in Jordan

Marriage in Jordan

Getting married and having children are top priorities. Most marriages are arranged by the father of the bride. Often cousins marry each other, and the couple may barely know each other until the engagement is announced.

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Kazakh Wedding Traditions

Kazakh Wedding Traditions

While there are over a hundred ethnicities living in Kazakhstan, this post will only describe the wedding traditions of the Kazakhs themselves.

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Wedding in Kyrgyzstan

Wedding in Kyrgyzstan

As everywhere in the world, weddings tend to be big and joyous affairs.

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