Chinese wedding style
A Chinese wedding is an extremely special occasion fulls of bright red color everywhere--tablecloths, favors, dresses, ribbons and much more. That's because red represents happiness and prosperity. There are many Chinese customs, but many of today's Western-influenced brides prefer following more modern traditions such as wearing a white gown rather than a red one.
The morning from the wedding day is filled with many activities. The homes are elaborately decorated in--you guessed it--red! The Groom and Ushers drive decorated cars to the Bride's home so they can escort the Bride to her new home. When the Groom and Ushers arrive, the Bridesmaids greet them and get the Groom a series of sometimes-personal questions before being invited to the Bride's home. Sometimes the bridesmaids ask your daughter's groom to sing or dance. All this is in good fun. Once in the home, bride and Groom formally serve tea to the Bride's relatives in return for gifts. The wedding party and also the wedding couple then drive towards the Groom's home. Bride and Groom formally serve tea towards the Groom's parents in return for gifts.
The standard Chinese ceremony involves mostly close friends and isn't a high-profile event. It offers worshipping the heavens, our planet and also the groom's ancestors. The reception may be the highlight of the Chinese wedding where the feast is recognized as highly symbolic. The Chinese Bride and Groom should be on their toes all the time throughout the reception. The marriage party plays many "tricks" about the couple--again just for fun!...