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Customs of German weddings

A wife wearing pale great shoes is most likely to come to mind when you think of a German ceremony. Nevertheless, a traditional German bride includes much more than just the boots. In Northern and southern Germany, for instance, it is typical for visitors and the bridal group to consume Lehenga Soup following the service. A hearty chicken broth sauce with almonds, grapes, small meatballs, artichoke heads, noodles, and savoury chicken pastry is served. The intention is for the couple to relish this food together and get ready for marriage on a total belly.

Another interesting German ceremony custom is that the bride carries a bouquet of flowers following the festival, like in many other nations. A group of unmarried women receive the bouquet over her head, and those who catch it will be the ones who marry the next. Myrtle is frequently added to a flowers because it is thought to bring good fortune.

Friends and family typically pull a lot of pranks on the couple before the official wedding ( wedding ). This is known as” Polterabend” ( Polter dating a german woman Night ), and it probably dates back to pre-christian times. The bride and groom’s friends violently destroy stoneware and porcelain ( never glass ) during Polopolterabend. The betrothed then removes the fragments to symbolize the close of celibacy, and the remains are interred with a bottle of schnaps that will be consumed a year later.

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