Something borrowed: Wedding traditions from around the world – CNN.com

Something borrowed: Wedding traditions from around the world – CNN.com.

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Wedding rituals tie us to our cultures.
  • Objects and food often play a symbolic role.
  • Some of these have fallen out of favor, but couples still participate.” – CNN.com

The article has stories from all over the world including Hawaii, Mexico, Japan, Tunisia etc.

Read the entire article by clicking on the link above  ^.^

“An Indian Muslim bride gestures during a mass wedding ceremony at the ancient Sarkhej Roja in Ahmedabad.”-CNN.com

“Brides line up with their husbands to be during a group Valentine’s day wedding at the National Croquet Center on February 14, 2013 in West Palm Beach, Florida. The group wedding ceremony is put on by the Palm Beach Country Clerk & Comptroller’s office and approximately 40 couples tied the knot.”-CNN.com

“A Japanese bride and her groom sail through a canal for their wedding procession at the irises garden after their wedding ceremony at

Katori city in Chiba prefecture.”-CNN.com

iReporter Mikael Ruttkay Hylin shared this striking photos from his trip to Mbour, Senegal, where he witnessed a traditional Muslim Senegalese wedding.

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