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Celebrations have changed over time all over the world. However, some wedding customs have n’t changed. Here are some of our favorite continental bridal customs to give a little elegance to your big moment, from fun to mystical.

Brides and grooms in Romania participate in a Lautari, a gathering of friends and community to get ready for the couple for their ceremony, before the ceremony. This includes wearing the bride’s veil in a very symbolic manner, shaving the bridegroom( if he has to ), and putting on their jewels. It’s a lovely ceremony in itself, as well as an incredible approach for a bride and groom to see one another and share their passion before the wedding!

After the reception and party, it is custom for those who are invited to bang pots and pans outside the newlyweds ‘ window in some regions of France. This is referred to as a” charivari,” and it is thought that this custom brings good fortune to the newlyweds in their new home.

The few drinks red wines from the same glasses to symbolize their coming together at a wedding in Finland. Additionally, friends wire money to their garments, which is believed to bring the few good fortune.

Before the bride, a fun custom is called Polterabend in Germany, where the bride and groom crush porcelain delicacies on the floor to ward off evil ghosts. The bride and groom even collaborate to cut a log, which demonstrates their capacity to conquer society’s difficulties.

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