Welcome In our salon !
A wedding is always a happy time for families to celebrate. The newlyweds kneel in front of their parents, serving tea to both side of parents, as well as elder close relatives. Then another one of the stages of a wedding event Posad, during which the bride and groom seated on the bowl, covered with a casing (symbol of wealth), the bride was burnt on the hair line. From an administrative point of view, if a man live with a woman a few years together and maintain a common household, they are considered husband and wife with all the ensuing economic rights and duties under the law on non-registered partnerships. In order to satisfy these needs, secular ceremonies have started to be carried out by humanist officiants worldwide.
Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. Those who receive the tea usually give the bride gifts such as jewelry or red envelope. As with all sacraments, it is seen as having been instituted by Jesus himself (see Gospel of Matthew 19:1-2, Catechism of the Catholic Church §1614-1615). First the engagement will be announced just as if it would be an officially marriage. The first laws enabling same-sex marriage in modern times were enacted during the first decade of the 21st century. A very important moment of the wedding ceremony is considered the accession of his young wife to her husband's home. Mehendi ceremony is a traditional ritual in Hindu weddings, where Henna application takes place on bride's hands and legs, before the wedding. Vaselle), as is the custom, has much in common with weddings other Slavic peoples. Other relatives will scatter rice, red bean and green bean in front of her. In cases where a religious ceremony is present, a Brahmin (Hindu priest) arranges a sacred yajna (fire-sacrifice), and the sacred fire (Agni) is considered the prime witness (sākshī) of the marriage. The two families prepare a piece of entertainment for the wedding. It is also necessary for all marriages commence with the best of intentions. Several other rituals may precede or follow these afore-mentioned rites. The wedding between Jews conducted by a Rabbi (he produces a marriage certificate), between the Muslim Mullah, between Christian priest. For the Jews a necessary and sufficient condition for marriage is a gift of the bride by the groom's ring (not necessarily expensive), and pronouncing the phrase: "You are consecrated unto me according to the Law of Moses." If there were two witnesses, this couple is husband and wife.
There the feast began. A Good Luck Woman making the tea says auspicious phrases to bless the family. As of 1 January 2015, seventeen countries of 206 total states (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark,[nb 1] France, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,[nb 2] New Zealand,[nb 3] Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom,[nb 4] the United States and Uruguay) and certain sub-national jurisdictions (parts of Mexico) allow same-sex couples to marry. In cases where a religious ceremony is present, a Brahmin (Hindu priest) arranges a sacred yajna (fire-sacrifice), and the sacred fire (Agni) is considered the prime witness (sākshī) of the marriage. It is not necessary that the newlyweds are a couple in real life. Many traditions and rituals have origins in religions and are still performed by religious leaders. Before the wedding the bride arranged a bachelorette party: came her friends, relatives, the bride dressed, braided her scythe, wreaths and singing songs. Where such partnerships are not legally recognized, the wedding may be a religious or symbolic ceremony designed to provide an opportunity to make the same public declarations and celebration with friends and family that any other type of wedding may afford. This ritual is still practiced widely among rural Chinese, however young people in larger cities, as well as in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, tend to practice a combination of Western style of marriage together with the Tea Ceremony. The actual wedding ceremony ended "sweet vodka" — the praise of a young, sberegla maiden honor. The most important step is saptapadi or saat phere, wherein the bride and the groom, hand-in-hand, encircle the sacred fire seven times, each circle representing a matrimonial vow. However, most Muslim cultures separate both the institutions of the mosque and marriage, no religious official is necessary, but very often an Imam presides and performs the ceremony, he may deliver a short sermon. In Islam, polygyny is allowed with certain religious restrictions, despite that an overwhelming majority of Muslims traditionally practice monogamy. Customs may vary widely between denominations. First the engagement will be announced just as if it would be an officially marriage. The main issue in marriage — dowry (from which it will be — clothes, utensils or other more serious things, such as real estate).