Monday, February 8, 2016

Traditional Chinese Wedding Preparations

There are many traditional Chinese customs for a wedding. The younger or new generations getting married are begging their parents to forego some of these traditions because it seems cumbersome and a lot of work. Some of the older generations are standing firm on these customs because they believe only with doing these traditions will the bride and groom have a happy and prosperous life together. So what do you do when both generations are not willing to back down? You compromise. This blog post is separated into two sections. First is for the bride and groom to read, second for the parents.

Young Generation of Brides and Grooms
For the younger generations, your push back against these traditions may be because of your lack of understanding of the significance of the traditions. Here are some easy infographics to help you understand the ins and outs of Traditional Chinese Wedding Preparations.

Preserving Chinese Wedding Traditions on Behance:

Older Generations - Parents
Times are changing and you have to grow with the modern times. If you want your children to embrace the old traditions, allow them the flexibility to put their modern take on it. Here are some ways that you can keep your traditions but in an updated way.

Maui Wedding at Haiku Mill from Tamiz Photography
 Tamiz Photography

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