German Wedding Cultures

There are some very incredible traditions that surround this special occasion, whether you’re planning your own marriage or are just a fan of them. From relationship parties, marital showers, and bachelor/bachelorette parties to the first search minute, there are so many excellent time- honored events that help couples create up to their big day. But, some European nations still have their own distinctive customs, which are distinct from what we have seen here in the Us.

In a typical french town, the groom would collect his entourage at his fiancee’s house before escorting her to the ceremony in a procession. While the groomsmen serenaded and even bribed them to let the wife and him into the apartment, her family and friends ceremoniously blocked the house’s access. This is called “la procession”.

Once at the ceremony, the handful had lay on two crimson velvet couches underneath a canopy, known as a porta. The parents would then give them bread and salt, with the food representing wealth and the sugar representing difficulties that might arise for them. They’d moreover crack a pair of spectacles, either by stepping on them or throwing them over their back, which represents the bursting of barriers and unification as a married couple.

Three days before the wedding, families in Greece hold a group known as a krevati where they deposit money on the couple’s mattresses to promote fertility and prosperity. Likewise, in Sweden, a pot filled with pennies would be placed under the bride’s remaining foot as she walks down the aisle to reflect prosperity.

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