9 Traditions You Will Only See at a Ukrainian Wedding                                                                                                                                                                                 More

9 Traditions You Will Only See at a Ukrainian Wedding

Let's not forget about important details such as wedding Korovai!  If you start exploring wedding traditions of different nations, you will find out that every nation has a tradition of having some kind of special bread for the wedding

Let's not forget about important details such as wedding Korovai! If you start exploring wedding traditions of different nations, you will find out that every nation has a tradition of having some kind of special bread for the wedding

I like the amount of flowers/foliage in the hair here. Place where half-up portion is secured?

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Polish wedding tradition, parents of the bride/groom giving bread and salt to the newly wed couple. Maybe use this idea in the church ceremony when bringing forth the gifts?

Polish wedding tradition, parents of the bride/groom giving bread and salt to the newly wed couple. Maybe use this idea in the church ceremony when bringing forth the gifts?

Ukrainian Traditions Wheat, sunflowers, poppies and other field flowers The parents and starosty meet the newlyweds at the door with a tray of symbolic gifts: bread, salt, honey and wine. During the ceremony, the hands of the bride and groom are joined together with an embroidered cloth, [rushnyk] to signify their union.

Ukrainian Traditions Wheat, sunflowers, poppies and other field flowers The parents and starosty meet the newlyweds at the door with a tray of symbolic gifts: bread, salt, honey and wine. During the ceremony, the hands of the bride and groom are joined together with an embroidered cloth, [rushnyk] to signify their union.

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