The groom will arrive on a horseback or on a horse at the wedding ceremony with his friends and family. Everyone will get together and will start dancing. Once the mini celebration ends, the groom is welcomed by the mother-in-law at the entrance of the ceremony which is called Ponkvu. The mother-in-law performs the aarti and will playfully grab his nose. The tradition reminds the groom that he has come rubbing his nose at their door asking for their daughter’s hand in marriage.
A red chunni or a sari will be presented to the bride either by the groom’s sister or the sisters- in-law. After dressing up the bride, she will be leaded by the families of the groom to the venue where the ceremony of which the groom’s mother will give her gifts and jewelries. Right after this, the bride will be fed boiled rice and milk again by the families... ... middle of paper ... ...k for the blessing of the God as the performance of traditional aarti. Later, the groom’s family will hold a grand Reception party. The purpose of doing this is to give a warm welcome to the new couple.
The bride is accompanied by her father, or a father like figure. As she walks the ceremonial “Bridal Chorus” song or also known as, the “Wedding March” plays. During the ceremony the bride and groom exchange vows which consist of promises that each will keep during their time together. They will exchange rings and either conclude the service with unity candles or unity sand, along with the wedding officiate, who pronounces them husband and wife. They kiss each other and walk down the aisle and out of the venue to a crowd of family and friends.
Her friends threw in various comments about the details about a ribbon sash, the veil, and the beading. This wedding dress picking seemed to be everyone’s choice and not hers. Now the day had come, she was heading to go wedding dress shopping with her mother, her future mother-in-law, her sister, and her father. They had arranged to arrive at the bridal shop at noon. Georgiana walked in to find everyone waiting for her.
Her father came forward and presented her with a doll, which was wearing a dress similar to the ball dress the celebrant had on, it had her name printed on it. She accepted it and then re... ... middle of paper ... ...he context of their culture (Jandt, 2013). The entire ceremony, if I did not know better or had my host not explained it all to me, could have quite easily being mistaken for a wedding, the wedding of a very young girl, due to the elaborateness of the ceremony and the celebrant’s attire which was very much like a wedding dress. “It was a wedding without the groom”. This further buttressed the point that one’s behaviors should only be understood within that person’s culture, this is cultural relativism (Jandt (2013) and cultural relativism is vital to avoiding misunderstanding and its associated problems.
o Maid or Matron of Honor enters. If she is being escorted by the Best Man, they enter together. o Flower Girl and Ring Bearer enter. Wedding March Begins The Bride and her father enters. Typically the Bride's mother will stand as a signal for all of the guests to stand.
It became necessary for a royal bride to look nice on her wedding day, as it was important for her groom’s country to be impressed with her style and wealth. In order for this to happen, she created a wedding gown of utter extravagance- with an overabundance of costly material (usually velvet, satin, damask silk, fur, and fabrics woven with thread of gold or silver). Typically the skirts would be gathered, full, and flowing- it was considered that a full skirt illustrated wealth and importance. Sleeves would brush against the ground, and trains would trail several metres behind the bride. As for colours- only the wealthy could afford rich, vibrant tones, so these royal brides wore deeps reds, purples and true black materials.
The officiant could be a priest, bishop, pastor, rabbi, or simply a legal official. The bride’s and groom’s families are walked down the aisle by ushers, then the bridal party and finally the bride is walked down the aisle usually by her father. Vows are exchanged as well as rings, the bride and groom kiss, and then the reception begins. The reception typically has food, music, and dancing. The bride and groom share cake and visit with the guests, sometimes opening gifts.
In walked the groom, the best man and grooms men to stand in front of the arch. The music started to play a traditional wedding march ensemble. Looking to the door of the tent in walked the maid of honor, brides maids, flower girl and ring barer. After everyone in the wedding party took their places in walked the beautiful bride. Emily walked with her father in her beautiful white gown to the front of the arch down the isle.
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