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Russian Marriage Customs

Every culture has a wealth of wedding traditions and Russia is no exception. While some current Russian couples opt for a more “westernized” ceremony that only requires them to sign their names in a register office ( or as we call it Zags), there are still those who want to go the whole hog and have the classic Catholic festival with all of its related joy.

As an example, a standard Russian few does greet their kids as they enter the house with bread and salt. This is a way of wishing the new partners a long life together. After this, the brides will include a special dinner of korovai, a round wedding wheat filled with different symbols such as seagulls, flowers, sun and stars, all wishing the couple wellbeing, prosperity and happiness.

During the welcome, guests are encouraged to drop a bit of funds on the floor around the newlyweds, known as “dvoryanka”. This is a traditional custom that embodies a couple’s desire for great success in life.

Another custom is that the wife throws her bouquet at the attendees instead of the wedding. Someone caught it is thought to be the person who will marry the future, so they must be very cautious not to stomp also hard. A piece of the plate must be positioned underneath their pillow for those who do n’t pick up the bouquet.

The “ransom” is another well-known part of a Russian ceremony. In essence, the couple’s pals kidnap the wife before putting her in hiding until he reaches the end of a string of obligations intended to humiliate and humiliate him. To free the maiden, the groom must paid either actual or symbolic money.

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