Wedding Accessories. Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 06:55:38 AM by Connie.
Somali wedding seems to be very unique and also interesting in the same time. Their heritage tradition will bring another sensation to your next upcoming wedding. The single modern Africa has left family and friends today with marrying someone because of love, but there are still many of them who marryfor reasons of old traditions. African traditional religions centered on family harmony, so that all family members in volvedin the marriage ceremony. Obviously, this is not just a marriage that unites two individuals, but al so unites two families. In African beliefs, more family members are involved; the more prosperity will be obtained.
What are things that can make your Somalia wedding interesting?
You will need rollsinvitation that is beautifully decoratedandfastenedwithcoconutcoir rope. After that it will be deliveredtotheprospectiveguests invitedbya friend of boththe bride. Family membersinviteotherrelativesorally too. The neighborsinthe villagewere invitedtocome totheirhouseone by one. In Somalia, located inthe continent of Africa, peopleconsider animal as veryvaluablelivestockandinmanyareasis oftena scarcity ofmeat. Therefore, the slaughter ofcows, goatsandchickensasa weddingfeastis a sign ofprosperity.
What are some rituals in African wedding?
Ritual of flowing water is done with holy water; pastors do it to invite the gods and the spirits of the ancestors of the bride and groom to bless them with a happy marriage. Then there is also a tradition of tying the knot. Many diverse knacks ceremony in African society, but there is a tradition that is widespread throughout the continent, namely tying the knot. Relatives and certain invited guests is invited to tie a leather, rope or vine crops to the bride and groom, to bind both the marital relationship. This symbolic tie carried on the wrist or around the waist.
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