The world is loaded with things that amaze people. Similarly getting into a bond of marriage also has a lot for you to amaze. Strange wedding cultures is what we will talk about, see what is next for you!
Following are the strange wedding cultures, have a look to these;
- The Museum of Broken Relationships
In Zagreb, Croatia, there is a museum that displays a collection of memorabilia and memorabilia that its former owners left behind after their marriage failed.
- Love without going through the bathroom
In Borneo, a tribe does not allow newlyweds to leave their homes on the day of their wedding, not even to go to the bathroom. Like most of these traditions, it is said that brings good luck to the couple.
- Mandatory tears of love
In Tujia, China, the bride should cry for at least one hour a day, a month before the bond. In fact, it is not uncommon for many women in the bride’s family to join her.
- The bridesmaid’s blockade
In China, some couples adopt the tradition in which the groom has to get around a human lock of bridesmaids until he reaches the bride. They ask the bridegroom for money and all sorts of absurd acts and commissions, which must overcome the strong love of his future wife.
- Love and chicken liver
In Daur, China, there is a tradition that requires that couples who are engaged have to dissect a chicken and see the state of their liver. If this is healthy, the couple can set a date for the link and if not, they will have to find another healthy liver.
- Gerewol Festival
Held in Niger, this feast is a true male beauty contest, where the female jury chooses and tastes the engalanados males. The men dance until dawn, exhibiting all their qualities, in a dance where the mimicry and the frantic movement of the eyes. They observe, value and decide.
- The Dance of Money
During Greek weddings, the bride and groom share a traditional dance in which guests will use to put money on their clothes.
- The doll of the bride
At many Puerto Rico wedding banquets, a doll is dressed as the bride at the head of the tables, surrounded by details and gifts. At the end of the reception, guests receive these gifts as a token of appreciation.
- The courtship hut
Some African tribes allow their wives to enter a “courtship hut” so they can hang out with potential spouses, away from the prying eyes of their parents and the rest of the village.
- Advance event
In the Comoros, in Africa, the man prepares himself in advance for the event, as being married will give him many benefits as a man. They are events that last for many days and in which money is spent in excess, to such a degree that as tradition marks, you have to distribute rice, meat and even money among the guests as a sign of gratitude, knowing that this will reward them with something better.