The Wedding Ceremony

Nowadays, when a couple wants to hold a wedding ceremony, most of them will choose western wedding ceremony. This article will talk about the process of western wedding ceremony.

western wedding ceremony

Western-style wedding 3 parts:Engagement, ceremony, and banquet.

In the process of engagement, bridegroom, usually prepare a diamond ring which is a symbol for everlasting love. Because diamond is a hard and valuable stone, it can’t be destroyed easily. Bridegroom will use this beautiful ring to make a proposal.

The ceremony is held in the church and close relative and good friends are invited. At the beginning, the Father, groomsman and bridesmaid stand in their place. Children will give the wedding –ring to the Father. Along with the solemn music, the bride pulls her father, and enters the church. The bride’s father will put bride’s hand to the bridegroom’s hand. When the music stops, the bride and the bridegroom will exchange the rings and take an oath:” “To have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do us part”.

Finally the Father announces the establishment of the marriage. The newlywed will kiss each other. Sometimes the newlywed and the guest will take photos as a memento.

The finally is the banquet process, the banquet is less heavenly than the ceremony. The newlywed will invite more friends. They will greet their guests and cut the wedding cake and feed each other, in banquet guest can enjoy cakes, punches and other treats. The bride will also throw her flowers to a group of single girls. Traditional view is that the one who catches the flowers will be the next bride, it is the lucky girl.

So, do you like this wedding style? If you are going to be married, will you choose this style?

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