Folks enjoy celebrating their marriage with their family and friends. Depending on where you live, ceremony customs can differ greatly, but many couples stick to a few tried-and-true elements and put some eccentricities to their rituals.

A few goes through an wedding phase known as pomolvka before deciding to get married. The groom may make several trips to his potential sister’s household and parents during this time in an effort to win her hand in marriage. Typically, this talk is riddle-like and includes both questions and answers. The response could get”yes,” “no,” or “maybe.”

The couple must then wait at the registration business until their day of membership. It might take up to three months to complete this. They are not permitted to satisfy or see one another during this time. This is done to stop a matrimony from erupting.

The pair must overcome a variety of challenges on their method to the register company, which the bride’s relatives makes up for for them. Testing of power, knowledge, and a variety of other abilities may be included in these. The groom must give a ransom, which is typically cash, chocolates, or chocolate bars, if he fails.

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.