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Ukraini­a­n­is famous for its beau­ti­ful dress­es. In the old days, a girl who was prepar­ing to get mar­ried in the fall began to embroi­der her dress with flow­ers and dec­o­rate it with rib­bons in the spring. Nowa­days, wed­dings are played all year round, and not only after the har­vest, true craftswomen embroi­der each dress unique­ly with red pop­pies and oth­er wild­flow­ers.

Wed­ding Ukrain­ian dress­es often have a short­ened style so that the lit­tle laces are vis­i­ble — tra­di­tion­al red boots. The top of the dress used to be made like a shirt, but now you can find corsets or deep cutouts. The skirt of the bride’s attire has an airy, light look thanks to the ruf­fles of the fab­ric.

Tra­di­tion­al Ukrain­ian out­fits are famous for their embroi­dered pat­terns and flow­ers. Ukrainian­dress­es amaze with their beau­ty; embroi­dered red and yel­low flow­ers with grassy twist­ed stems look great on a white linen robe.

Be sure to embroi­der the same orna­ment on the red belt of the bride and groom.

Embroi­dery is present on all the attrib­ut­es of a- they skill­ful­ly embroi­der table­cloths on tables, a tow­el on which a loaf is placed. The head of the bride is cov­ered with a Ukraini­an­wreath with rib­bons, it is woven from fresh wild flow­ers or a col­or­ful impro­vi­sa­tion is cre­at­ed from arti­fi­cial mate­r­i­al, for exam­ple, from bright satin. Daisies are nec­es­sar­i­ly woven into the wreath — a sym­bol of youth, love and fideli­ty, and pop­pies, which con­vey pas­sion and empha­size the beau­ty of the girl. Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the wreath is con­sid­ered one of the impor­tant sym­bols of the Ukrain­ian peo­ple.

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The groom wears a white embroi­dered embroi­dered shirt, white or red trousers. The future hus­band can put on a hat on his head if he wish­es. Men’s head­wear does not empha­size Ukrain­ian tra­di­tions as bright­ly as a wom­en’s wreath.

Wedding decoration in Ukrainian style

The­feast is more cor­rect­ly described as “a feast for the whole world.” Here you will not get by with a mod­est buf­fet, but will lay rich tables with all kinds of dish­es. Do not think that lard is the main dish of Ukraini­ans, they are hos­pitable peo­ple, in whose kitchen you will find a vari­ety of deli­cious dish­es.

The table is dec­o­rat­ed with a large Ukraini­an­loaf, which is baked accord­ing to a spe­cial recipe and replaces our tra­di­tion­al cake. The loaf should be round so that the young peo­ple do not expect “cor­ners” in fam­i­ly life and sharp turns in fate.

If you are deter­mined to dec­o­rate the table with acake, then order it in the Ukrain­ian style, for exam­ple, you can dec­o­rate its top with Ukrain­ian Cos­sacks, and cre­ate sug­ar wild­flow­ers on the side — sun­flow­ers, corn­flow­ers, pop­pies and chamomile.