Advantages And Disadvantages Of Wedding Ceremony

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Let's face it: for some, attending a wedding ceremony can be a source of anxiety. It is a solemn occasion, requiring one's best behavior. If you're attending a ceremony with religious or cultural practices that are unfamiliar to you, it can be even more intimidating. Fear not, dear wedding guest: we've got the essentials of wedding ceremony etiquette, so you can play your part with aplomb. Be on time! Although few weddings ceremonies begin at the exact hour indicated on the invitation, that's no reason for you to show up late. If you arrive after the appointed hour, approach carefully. If the ceremony is beginning, the processional may be underway, and you don't want to be strolling down the aisle at the same time as the wedding party. If the processional is underway, wait in an area outside and/or out of the way until the processional has been…show more content…
Hindu weddings in North America do typically last a few hours, so plan accordingly. Muslim weddings: In Muslim tradition, the wedding ceremony and the public celebration of that ceremony are separate events. A Muslim wedding is actually a brief affair that lasts only minutes and usually occurs in an office. To some, it might seem more like the signing of a legal agreement than our Western conception of a wedding. The party usually occurs a week or two later. If you've been invited to a Muslim wedding, the official ceremony itself will probably have already taken place days before. Sikh weddings: Sikh weddings occur in the morning - the happy time of day -- and typically last about an hour and a half. After the ceremony concludes, the guests greet the newlyweds by adorning them with flowers, throwing petals and placing a hand on their heads. The couple traditionally hold a pink sash that has been placed on them during the ceremony, and guests may put token gifts of money into the

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