Balinese wed avaBali island in Indonesia is a really special place, with its centuries-old traditions and flamboyant rituals. And the local wedding customs are as original as the culture of Bali. Today, we’ll talk about a royal wedding that took place in Bali several years ago between the half Balinese, half Australian prince Tjok Gus and popular Indonesian TV star Happy Salma. Also, we’ll tell you more about Balinese royal wedding traditions, adorable love stories in the royal family, and a bit strange local wedding rituals.

Sikh avaIndian traditional wedding is full of different rituals and significant ceremonies. That’s because, in this country, everything has a symbolic meaning. We’d like to show you a Sikh traditional wedding with all its brightness and symbolism. Let’s look at the Sikh religious marriage ceremony and informal party with sweets and blessings. Of course, you won’t miss the extraordinary Indian traditional wedding clothing – beautiful ornate outfits that sparkle and shine. So, enjoy!

Filipino Mexican wedding avaSometimes, a soon-to-be-married couple is formed from so different people that it’s hard to believe in their marriage. But in reality, it doesn’t matter what country you are from, what your religion is, how old you are, etc. When love comes, it comes. Today, we’d like to introduce this nice young couple to you. It’s a Mexican bride and a Filipino groom, who are ready to intertwine their unique traditions on their big day. This wedding ceremony is extraordinary, bright, and surprisingly special.

Chinese wedding avaChina is one of those countries with lots and lots of traditional rituals, old beliefs, and obligatory customs. And because the wedding is such an important event in a person’s life, there are certain wedding traditions that are still maintained by Chinese people. So, if you’re thinking of getting married into a Chinese family or doing a traditional Chinese wedding, you need to know these things about the Chinese wedding etiquette. It can be wrap up in the phrase “three letters & six etiquettes”.

Miao silver avaThe Miao people in China have curious wedding traditions. One of them is to dress a bride head-to-toe in silver. Traditionally, every bride should have plenty of silver adornments on her head, neck, shoulders, torso, and arms. All this silver can weigh about 13 kg. What bride wouldn’t want that much sparkle on her wedding gown?! But it isn’t just a way of beautifying the bride – this tradition has a strong and old background. These silver jewels play a very important role in the future of a newlywed couple.

Filipino wedding avaWedding superstitions are one of the most interesting things about the wedding, don’t you think? Today, we offer you a list of Filipino wedding superstitions and traditions. By the way, in the Philippines, the list of wedding superstitions is much longer than the dating superstitions. So, let’s divide them into the superstitions before the wedding, at the wedding, and after the wedding ceremony. If you’re about to attend a Filipino wedding, be sure to remember these superstitions so you don’t bring bad luck to the couple.

Indian wedding avaIndia is one of those countries that definitely know a thing about wedding ceremonies. I think the largest, most colorful, and most pompous weddings are held in India. Even living abroad, Indians treasure their traditions. And among them are arranged marriages, very strict rules for the ceremony, etc. But this article is actually about a modern couple from the US who chose each other and are trying to mix the opposing wedding traditions of their Indian regions of origin. Will they succeed? Let’s see.

Bhutan avaThe wedding traditions of the world are very diverse. Today, we’d like to show you the wedding ceremony of Bhutan. This couple – Wanting and Christophor – is interesting because the bride is Bhutanese and the groom is European. So, they chose both the traditional Bhutanese wedding ceremony and the Western-style one. Here are amazing photos from their wedding that depict the whole process.

Wedding ava2This article will tell you about the Japanese wedding ceremony in detail. It is a beautiful and meaningful event. Today, not many Japanese couples have this traditional ceremony, with all the ancient rituals, folk garments, and symbolism. And it’s a pity. You definitely must see the authentic Japanese wedding ceremony because, who knows, it might disappear in several decades.

Chinese wed avaThe most special clothing. Maybe you’ll only wear it once in your life. The most important dress in a woman’s life – a wedding gown. China has some strong tradition regarding the folk wedding dress. For instance, the color of the main garment should be red and the embroidery is made in gold threads. Every Chinese wedding outfit is perfect in its authenticity and peculiar Oriental beauty.