Asian wedding customs

There are many lovely cultures to choose from if you're planning an Asiatic wedding custom. These rituals, which have thousands of years of historical roots, are intended to unite people, families, and friends.

In a traditional Korean ceremony, the bride and groom don hanboks, which are colourful, light garments with plain lines and no wallets. While violet hanboks represent intelligence, reddish ones stand for loyalty and purity. The pair may even decide to don a black or white hanbok. Numerous rituals are performed during the kunbere service, which is held at the household temple. Among them are toasts from guests and family members, a circle exchange, and the couple's vows.

Respectable older people assist the bride and groom in tying their hair with vibrant fabric threads before the meeting. The bride and groom are then presented with two lotus seedlings or two dried times as they are led to the community temple by a procession of female family. After that, a family member serves them drink that has been poured into tankards and fastened with red wire. The couple subsequently kneels three times in adoration of heaven, their families, and their ancestors. There is then a supper.

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