in Russian style

Tra­di­tion­al Russ­ian wed­dings are famous for their cheer­ful fes­tiv­i­ties, sin­cere feasts and folk songs, they are dis­tin­guished by sim­plic­i­ty and sin­cer­i­ty, they are cel­e­brat­ed more often in nature under the open sky. White and red out­fits and an abun­dance of wild flow­ers are char­ac­ter­is­tic of the cel­e­bra­tion in this style.

If you chose the Russ­ian style of the wed­ding, then pre­pare the appro­pri­ate out­fits — for the groom, a white or red elon­gat­ed shirt and dark blue loose pants, and for the bride, a red long sun­dress over a white shirt. These clothes are dec­o­rat­ed with orna­men­tal braid or pat­terned embroi­dery.

The bride wears an embroi­dered kokoshnik on her head, which is dec­o­rat­ed with a woven net of pearls. The tra­di­tion­al hair­style of the bride style is a braid to the waist or loose hair. As a rule, only inno­cent girls at acan show off with an uncov­ered head and loose hair.

A Russ­ian-style­bou­quet com­bines large gar­den and wild flow­ers. It inter­twines ros­es or peonies with daisies, linen and feath­er grass. In autumn, the bou­quet is dec­o­rat­ed with ripe bunch­es of moun­tain ash.

Wedding decoration in Russian style

It is more con­ve­nient to hold a Russ­ian-stylein the sum­mer, when a feast is arranged in the bosom of nature to the accom­pa­ni­ment of a but­ton accor­dion and fun­ny dit­ties. In win­ter, accord­ing to tra­di­tion, the­is cel­e­brat­ed in a spa­cious Russ­ian hut, the new­ly­weds are sure to ride on a trio of white hors­es.

When dec­o­rat­ing a sum­merin this style, bou­quets of wild flow­ers are used. If thetakes place in win­ter in a hut, then the log walls are dec­o­rat­ed with spruce paws. White table­cloths are always laid on the tables, paint­ed samovars under Khokhlo­ma are placed, bun­dles of bagels are hung. Ware can be wood­en paint­ed or famil­iar faience. A manda­to­ry attribute of a Rus­sia­n­is wood­en spoons with tra­di­tion­al Khokhlo­ma pat­terns.

See also
Crystal Design wedding dresses

A Russ­ian-styledec­o­ra­tion can wear a blue and white direc­tion, cor­re­spond­ing to Gzhel. In this case, use the dish­es of mas­ters who paint all kitchen uten­sils in the appro­pri­ate style. The bride’s dress and the groom’s out­fit will be of tra­di­tion­al styles, but in white with blue Gzhel paint­ing.

Send invi­ta­tion cards style to your guests, they can depict a samovar, bal­alai­ka and oth­er attrib­ut­es of the orig­i­nal Russ­ian way of life. Attach to the invi­ta­tion card a kind of memo about Russ­ian tra­di­tions, about inter­est­ing out­fits.