These 16 Bridal Looks From Around The World Will Change How You See A Wedding Attire
South African wedding culture is very interesting. 12 things that represent what a couple should expect and endure during married life are present. These are salt, pepper, wine, wheat, bitter herbs, a broom, honey, a spoon, a shield, a spear, a pot and a holy book (like the Quran or the Bible). The bride wears a vibrant dress along with a headdress called ‘inkehli’ and several colorful beaded necklaces and bracelets.
14Tibet Wedding Dress
In Tibetan weddings, the groom gives the bride a wedding gown and jewelry which she is to wear. The jewelry includes a headpiece, usually made of silver, to attach on to her braids. It may also be an amulet with a small metal statue of Buddha on it.
Brides in Kenya look absolutely gorgeous and vibrant on their wedding day. They wear a headdress, a heavy beaded collar, beaded cowhide shawls, bracelets and over 20 beaded necklaces! One of the most unique Kenyan wedding traditions is that the groom’s family arrives at the bride’s house with dowry! In most cultures, the bride’s family pays the dowry.
16Indian Wedding Dress
Indian weddings operate on an unmatched scale of grandeur. The whole affair lasts almost a week, depending on the region. The brides mostly wear sarees or lehengas (like skirts). The design and color of these depend on the region they are from. Brides from most places wear a lot of gold and silver jewelry and use henna to paint their hands and feet.