The cake is associated with the climactic part of the holiday, so it must be to some extent a work of art. Obviously, its design should fully comply with the wedding atmosphere, theme and fully coincide with the wishes of the newlyweds. Modern equipment, a set of products and decorations allow confectioners to make not only beautiful, but also insanely delicious cakes.
Wedding cake-the unity of taste and style.
However, wedding cake is first of all a culinary masterpiece. The skill of the confectioner is evaluated on a three-point scale:
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Floral decoration of wedding dresses began to practice since ancient times. To date, it has become almost a tradition. It’s no secret that before the concept of “wedding dress” did not exist. It was not a separate kind of costume.
Then the dresses in which the wedding took place, were the most expensive and beautiful.
The first mention of the wedding dress falls on the 15th century. Novelty and originality – this is the main thing that came to us from antiquity. Wedding dress should be not only beautiful, but also worn for the first time. A wedding dress is another part of the dowry. The presence of the dowry, as you know, was a prerequisite, without which it was impossible to marry. Continue reading
All of us are connected by a set of unique traditions and customs and the wedding is no exception. Wedding ceremonies are performed all over the world, regardless of religion and nationality. But the organization of weddings varies even within the same country. Some of the marriage rituals are very unusual, many have survived from ancient times, but despite the rapid changes in social life, take place to this day.
There are many interesting and ancient customs in Scotland. For example, one of the traditions: bridesmaids before the wedding, dipped his feet in a container of water. This is done in order to find the coin lying at the bottom of the vessel. According to the superstition, the first girl to find the coin will marry next year. A bachelor party is a regular stag party celebrated by the groom and his friends at a bar. No Scottish wedding is complete without musical accompaniment on bagpipes at the beginning and at the end of the ceremony. Continue reading