Weddings are a celebration for the couple as well as for the couple's family and friends. Therefore, you might need to be aware of some of the traditions, whether you are planning an Asian wedding or not. Several examples are provided:

The couple's home visits the bride's home to pay their respects to her predecessors before the Chinese wedding ceremony typically begins there As she kowtows before them, the wife is fully introduced to her fresh family and friends. This demonstrates her appreciation for the compromises made by her parents in raising her.

As a sign of their unity, a priest will finally put clean water into the child's joined fingertips. In order to show their respect, visitors does even kowtow three times. This is regarded as a significant and sacred ceremony to detoxify the pair before they get married.

The Guo Da Li, or betrothal product exchange, is a well-known Chinese bride custom. The bride receives products from the vicar's kids that bring fertility and wealth. This is in exchange for her bride, which is frequently adorned with jewelry to display appreciation and love for their princess.

A bride takes a shower with fruit foliage and removes her bridal attire from the traditional festivities. In order to reflect her upcoming role in the home, she will also receive a mane mop, shears, and a sturdy king. To represent her purity and a ward off evil souls, she is then smeared with spice( also known as Haldi). The newlyweds may be escorted by their friends up to the bride's families' home, where they will receive a banquet, after which they will be welcomed with a feast.