At the tail end of a busy wedding season — or perhaps you’re getting ready for nuptials of your own if you’re like me, you’re.
Regardless of the styles that can come and go yearly, Asian traditions remain quite typical. For my wedding in 2016, we made a decision to include a few Filipino traditions subtly, a number of that are given below, because my husband and I determined that there weren’t likely to be any elements from their Japanese ethnicity included to the ceremony it pretty contemporary— we kept.
In the event that you were curious about some of the traditions you’ve seen at one in the past, here are five meaningful elements that you might experience at a Filipino wedding if you haven’t been to a Filipino wedding yet, or.
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1. Men’s Barong Tagalog — The barong is really a slim, finely embroidered tunic, worn untucked over a shirt that is plain formal occasions, including weddings. Long sleeves are most frequent.
Recently, I’ve seen pictures of females unconventionally using barongs too, as opposed to the Filipina Mestiza dress, a normal formal gown made of expensive material adorned with embroideries.