Folks enjoy celebrating their marriage with their loved ones and friends. Depending on where you live, marriage customs can vary greatly, but many lovers stick to a few tried-and-true elements and add some eccentricities to their festival.

A partners goes through an wedding phase known as pomolvka before deciding to get married. The man does make some trips to his upcoming sister’s residence and families during this time to try to win her hand in marriage. This conversation typically has questions and answers and is riddle-like in nature. A “yes,” “no,” or “maybe” could be the response.

The pair must then rush at the register business until their time of registration. It might take up to three months to complete this. They are not permitted to join or see each other during this time. This is done to stop a fugitive union

The partners must beat a variety of challenges on their means to the register office, which the couple’s family makes up for for them. Tests of power, knowledge, and a variety of other capabilities may be included in these. The wedding must spend a ransom if he fails, which is typically pennies, candies, or candy bars.

After the civil ceremony the couple goes to a venue where they have a reception. There they are greeted by their guests and the toastmaster, who is known as tamada (tamaa). The toastmaster runs all of the contests during the celebration. He also says several toasts, tells jokes and sings songs. Once he drinks the first shot of champagne or vodka he starts all the guests to shout “Gorko!” which means bitter.

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