Asian customs for ceremony ceremonies

Rich metaphor permeates the customs used in Asian bridal meeting rituals. The ceremonies are a nod to Asian culture’s deeply ingrained beliefs that the union of couples should be honored by their families and by the universe. These ceremonies range from the wedding hairdressing and capping ceremonies for the bride to the otoshigami, where the groom blocks himself with his family and friends. The tea ceremony also features the couple serving their parents, grandparents, and other elders and receiving red envelopes ( or hong bao ) filled with money or jewelry.

It is customary to honor one’s predecessors and gods on the day of their ceremony in Chinese weddings. This entails changing into innovative clothing and taking a pomelo leaf shower to lift ghosts. The groom’s family is then expected to create 12 gifts for their daughter-to-be, including bride cookies, traditional Chinese bread, a bamboo utensil set, candles and firecrackers, gold jewelry, and cash.

Generally, a procession travels from the vicar’s apartment to the bride in the Japanese marriage festival. Visitors may hold lamps and banners, sound gongs to frighten away evil spirits, and light a bonfire made from the divine sakaki tree’s branches. A short song that teaches the brides moral beliefs for married life is then read by a miko, or feminine associate of the priest.

The pair bow to the bride’s grandparents and the shrine goddesses after clapping their hands twice. A few days later, the bride bows down in front of her father’s grandparents and parents and offers them tea with two red deadlines or two flowers seedlings as a sign of respect.

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