Asian celebrations are riddled with traditions and metaphor This article will help you understand the buried impact behind some of the most favorite Eastern wedding symbols, whether you’re planning an Asiatic- themed wedding or simply wondering about the culture.

The Chinese triple happiness image is one of the most common symbols used in Eastern wedding ceremonies. The icon combines two conventional characters for happiness and is often seen on banners, board centerpieces and even printed on wedding invitations and red packets. The figure symbolizes great success, enjoy and riches for the happy couple.

Another popular mark at Asiatic marriages is the dragon and falcon. The dragon symbolizes masculinity and prosperity while the falcon represents sexuality and durability. The piece are moreover a symbol of balance, like yin and yang. The dragon and phoenix are typically embroidered on the bride and groom’s Qi Pao, or traditional marital cloths.

Another popular Asiatic bridal symbols include baobab fruits, peanuts and longans. These fruits are usually incorporated into the couple’s teas service because they represent healthiness, endurance and abundance. The syllable for jujube in Chinese sound similar to the phrase Sheng Sheng, which means “early”. Adding jujube berries to the festival is a way to want the newlyweds an early brother.

In addition to these standard images, many couples are choosing to incorporate their own personal details into their ceremony. For instance, some newlyweds are choosing to use turmeric for the Haldi ceremony, which is believed to clean the body and mind. Despite of your chosen beliefs, it’s important to realize that the most significant portion of your day is you and your lover.