european style wedding

It is nec­es­sary to pre­pare for thein the most care­ful way, cre­at­ing a mem­o­rable unusu­al cer­e­mo­ny from this hol­i­day. If the bride or groom stud­ied in Europe or likes to trav­el around Eng­land or France, then a Euro­pean-stylewill remind you of the pleas­ant tra­di­tions of those coun­tries and help acquaint guests with the cul­ture of Euro­peans.

Res­i­dents of Europe hold acer­e­mo­ny in the open air, more often in a park, in the shade of a green alley. It is pos­si­ble to hold ain the court­yard of a large estate. Chairs are nec­es­sar­i­ly arranged for guests, and the new­ly­weds spend the entire solemn part stand­ing. At a Euro­pean-style wed­ding, the cer­e­mo­ny is per­formed by a priest, so an altar must be cre­at­ed in the bosom of nature. The ser­vant of God reads lines from the Bible, the young exchange rings and swear on the holy book to live in love and fideli­ty.

European styledecoration

Euro­pe­an­decor is char­ac­ter­ized by under­stat­ed beau­ty. More often, white is used in the design, pas­tel col­ors and green­ery are allowed. Chairs for guests are dec­o­rat­ed with white fab­ric, a huge bow is tied behind the backs.

The cen­tral part in the mar­riage cer­e­mo­ny is the altar, it is to him that more atten­tion is paid. First, the frame of the altar is cre­at­ed and dec­o­rat­ed with white satin and fresh flow­ers on top. An oblig­a­tory part is the arch, under which the new­ly­weds pass to the altar. A car­pet is laid, dec­o­rat­ed with flow­ers.

The ban­quet often takes place in the open air, there­fore, with the help of flow­ers and green­ery, a Euro­pean-stylegaze­bo or ter­race is dec­o­rat­ed in the most beau­ti­ful way. The use of the hall takes place only in an area with an unfa­vor­able cli­mate with sparse veg­e­ta­tion, when it is not pos­si­ble to hold a cer­e­mo­ny in the open air.

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Columns of arbors are entwined with flow­ers, large bou­quets are placed on the guests’ table. The nat­ur­al beau­ty of fresh flow­ers gives unsur­passed lux­u­ry to the hol­i­day.

Mar­riage nec­es­sar­i­ly takes place with live music. A beau­ti­ful melody sounds, which is born by flutes and vio­lins.

image of the bride in Euro­pean style

Euro­pean women tra­di­tion­al­ly mar­ry in slight­ly puffy long dress­es, a straight cut is wel­comed in West­ern coun­tries. Euro­pean-style­dress­es are more often white, and light tones of oth­er col­ors are also accept­able — cream, pink, sky, yel­low.

Brides­maids must wear iden­ti­cal dress­es in col­or and style. Even the girls’ hair­styles are sim­i­lar. At tru­ly Euro­pean wed­dings, the girl­friends of the hero of the occa­sion con­sult in advance and sew out­fits from the same design­er, buy the same acces­sories in the same store.

Wed­ding bou­quets at a Euro­pean­con­sist only of fresh flow­ers. It is not cus­tom­ary to give ros­es to the bride, but more often the bou­quet con­sists of del­i­cate “fluffy” flow­ers.