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The highlight of the festival of the peasant wedding is the wedding and feast of the onecht (not-marriage) of the bride and groom. Finally, the bride was attended by friends of the groom, began with a festive dinner at the bride's home, the sharing of the bread and giving the young. A brahmin (Hindu priest) lights the sacred fire, Agni, which is called the Supreme witness to the marriage. Newlyweds also present tea to each other, raising the tea cups high to show respect before presenting to each other. The bride and groom will often dress in wedding clothing from before 1940.

Ceremonies are based on reference to God, and are frequently embodied into other church ceremonies such as Mass.[13] Arab Christian wedding party. The highlight of the festival of the peasant wedding is the wedding and feast of the onecht (not-marriage) of the bride and groom. The religious part of the wedding starts in a few hours in the presence of close friends and relatives.

The two men are chosen from among the relatives or friends. Other relatives will scatter rice, red bean and green bean in front of her. Most guests are present only in this part of the ceremony, and then after the meal, and communication — are removed. This tradition was popularized through the wedding of Queen Victoria. Vaselle), as is the custom, has much in common with weddings other Slavic peoples. 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 two men are chosen from among the relatives or friends. The highlight of the festival of the peasant wedding is the wedding and feast of the onecht (not-marriage) of the bride and groom. A peasant wedding is a Dutch carnaval custom.