The tradition of Pin Jin stems from the Chinese belief that that when a daughter is married, she leaves the family while the in-laws receives her into theirs. It is also given to create goodwill between the in-laws. It sounds simple enough, but as with all money matters, discussions following up to the actual event can be tricky for couples to navigate.
Do not even blink hesitation. Paul and his team handled this fabulously. A very bubbly and lighthearted character with an eye for capturing lovely and unique photos.
For a brief introduction to Chinese marriage traditions in history, see Chinese Marriage Custom. Given that most children are from one child families, it is easy to understand that parents take a keen interest in who their 'child' marries. Foreigners should also remember that the child is responsible for looking after the parents in their old age.
Hire one of our traditional Asian wedding horses for your Baraat. As well as offering the UK's finest musicians and entertainers, we have met many other types of wedding suppliers including companies who specialise in decorated horses at events where our acts have been booked. Arrive in style for your Baraat in a beautifully decorated horse with a professional handler and matching umbrella.
When it comes to Asian wedding traditionsit can be hard to know which customs are right for your wedding day. Each society and community will have its own customs, some of which will be perfect for your wedding day. On the other hand, some traditions will not suit you as a couple.
Japanese immigrants call themselves Issei, and their American born children — Nisei. The Sansei and Yonsei are the third and fourth generation Japanese Americans, respectively. This generation is very acculturated, with the highest out marriage rate among all Asian Americans.
Leslie and Keith imagined their own blend of Chinese and Korean wedding customs for their summer wedding at Chez. The result? Something unique to the couple and a celebration that was inclusive of all their family, friends and guests.
Weddings can be a fascinating and fun window into different ways of life, whether the traditions have their roots in culture or religion and are recent or age-old. Big, brash and incredibly bold, an Indian wedding is a celebration full of customs and traditions, and an all-out party for hundreds of guests! A huge country full of different cultures, each region of India has its own cultural nuances that influence the pre- and post- ceremony rituals, but all are focussed on the happiness, harmony and prosperity of the bride and groom.
I will kill them. This was the problem faced by a bride-to-be in Getting Hitched Asian Stylea documentary exploring some of the more lavish Asian weddings. The scale of the wedding featured in the programme was clear from the enormous quantities of food getting prepared for the guests. The Asian wedding begins and ends with the food.