Colorful Wedding Outfits From Different Countries Around The World.
Women in Japan wear a white kimono to their wedding.
White symbolizes purity. She also dons a headdress called wataboshi which is a type of hood that was historically meant to hide the bride's face from guests. Wataboshi represents a bride's obedience to her husband.
The wedding dress among Mongolian women has changed very little for many centuries.
Women wear a deel dress. The overcoat is made from silk or cotton with appliquéd brocade wrapped in a sash. The headdress is just as unique and extravagant. The headdress is decorated using coral, turquoise, silver, and gold.
A Scottish bride will wear a white dress for her wedding without forgetting her lineage.
A woman will wear a sash with her clan's tartan. After the ceremony, she will pay respect to her husband by taking his tartan and wearing it.
The groom and his friends show up at his future wive's home in Romania to take her to church.
Brides wear the traditional, folk dress from their region. Both the bride and groom wear headwear representing crowns. This means the couple will be the king and queen of their new home.
In China, talented craftsmen are hired to embroider the bride's dress in gold and silver thread.
Red symbolizes good luck in Chinese culture. It also helps to keep away evil spirits away from the special day. A dragon and phoenix design is often added on the gown. Both animals represent the power of a man and woman combined.
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