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The author clearly reached out to a ton of people, including several embassies, and read just stacks of books for this. I'm sad I didn't get to read this one as in depth as I might have liked (I'm actually turning it in late to the library after renewing it three times as it is. My books-I-want-to-read eyes are bigger than my actual-time-to-read stomach.)Who would love this book?This would be super useful for a student doing a project on any sort of wedding wedding comparison, or a wedding professional who wants to have a good broad knowledge of a variety of ceremonies and traditions at hand. Really, My Favorite Parts It really goes very into depth on the individual ceremonies of lots of different religions and cultures (Many of which I hadn't even heard before! We get so in our own heads about the way things are done in the U. sometimes that it's easy to forget the beautiful differences out there. I didn't read every single word on every single page though, alas.
If having a customized menu is not possible, try serving signature drinks like sake for a Japanese reception or chai instead of coffee for an Indian wedding.
Though useful as a general guideline, checklists can hinder the imagination and they typically do not account for different cultural/religious traditions that might be important to the couple.
Many brides and grooms would love to marry in the tradition of their ancestors or at least introduce elements of a traditional wedding ceremony or reception from their cultural backgrounds.
Music and entertainment are easy areas to help set the mood.
Needless to say, the stars of the wedding are the bride and groom.
These range from yarmulkes at Jewish weddings, to crowns held over the heads of the bridal couple in Orthodox Christian ceremonies.