World’s weddings held in unique places

Worldwide, there are many weddings, but each culture has its own traditions for how the day should be spent. Guests are essential for everything from money dances to warding off evil. These are the things you should be aware of whether you are attending a destination wedding or one for a friend from a different cultural background in order to make the couple and their family pleased on their big day. It is unlucky to toast with water in Germany. You’re making a death or bad luck wish for the married pair and yourself by doing this. If you don’t want to drink at a German wedding, keep that in mind. If you don’t consume alcohol, you should choose anything other than water, like lemonade or another soft drink. Another German custom is a night known as “Polterabend.” This entails visiting the bride’s residence the evening before the wedding and breaking ceramics outside her door; the couple will clean this up the following day as evidence that they can get along and have a successful marriage. Fear not—you are doing the bride a favor—your friends aren’t dragging you along for a night of vandalism in front of her home! In Venezuela, it is customary for the newlyweds to attempt to sneak out from the reception without the wedding party noticing. If the couple can pull it off, good luck to them, and even luckier luck to you if you see them. Keep an eye out for them, but don’t be shocked if you can’t discover them.

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