Wedding is one of the most beautiful dreams of a person. It is a very important stage of the life. Until the moment of reaching the stage, life remains independent. Boys and girls have a different world surrounded by Father, mother, brother, sister, friends and relatives. Dreams are also different then. The eager mind of the person with the dream of flying in the sky remains busy in thinking of own self. After marriage, additional new people come to one’s life. A new partner comes to life with whom He/she starts a new journey taking an oath of staying together for whole life. It’s really a vast change, isn’t it?
So this biggest step can’t be passed vaguely. A wedding ceremony is organized giving it a touch of little bit decorations, singing and dancing, tad magnificence and lots of joy and happiness. This occasion is actually a huge arrangement including some stages like Engagement, Bridal Shower, Marriage, Mehndi (Henna) Night, Holud (Turmeric Ceremony) and wedding reception. It requires lots of plans of wearing dresses, ornaments, make-up, wedding venues, food, photography etc.
So if people go ahead methodically with plans by dropping all the anxieties off, it would be undoubtedly possible to make a pretty interesting wedding. Every person wants to wed gorgeously and keep this happiest memory in the bundle of most beautiful memories of whole life. He/she welcomes this new alteration in life with unconditional love and trust by sharing unsophisticated exhilaration with all. Thus Wedding is creating the stories of beginnings everyday.
An engagement is a promise to wed, and also the period of time between a marriage proposal and a marriage. During this period, a couple is said to be engaged to be married, or simply engaged by exchanging rings. Future brides and grooms may be called the betrothed, a wife-to-be or husband-to-be, fiancée or fiancé, respectively (from the French word Fiancer). The duration of the courtship varies immeasurably, and is largely dependent on cultural norms or upon the agreement of the parties involved. Long engagements were once common in formal arranged marriages, and it was not uncommon for parents betrothing children to arrange marriages many years before the engaged couple were old enough. Some engagements are announced at an engagement party, traditionally hosted by the bride’s parents. These parties are given in the family’s usual style of entertainment. Traditionally, engagement parties were normal parties at which a surprise announcement of the engagement was made by the father of the bride to his guests. Therefore, it is not a traditional gift-giving occasion since no guests were supposed to be aware of the engagement until after their arrival. In modern times, engagement parties often celebrate a previously publicized engagement. Whether presents are given at these engagement parties varies from culture to culture.
A ‘Bridal Shower’ is a gift-giving party held for a bride-to-be in anticipation of her wedding. The custom originated in the 1890s and is today most common in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. But nowadays in many countries including Asian countries people celebrates bridal shower. The history of the custom is rooted not essentially for the stipulation of goods for the upcoming matrimonial home, but to provide goods and financial assistance to guarantee the wedding may take place.
Hosting the bridal shower falls to one or more close friends of the bride, often one or more of the bridesmaids. Mothers, sisters, and other close family members usually do not host bridal showers, as it may be seen as rude and greedy for the family to ask for gifts for their own members. Guests are chosen from among the bride’s personal friends, family, and other well-wishers. Men are typically not allowed at these functions. But recently more men have been attending.
As showers are unambiguously a gift-giving occasion, everyone who attends the shower is expected to bring a small gift. People who reject the invitation for any reason are not expected to send a gift or otherwise participate in the party. The hosts are anticipated to hand over gifts, or favors. These can be small gifts like chocolate coins that have been personalized with the name of the bride and the date of the event or a simple thank-you message. Food can be served at bridal showers. Treats such as cake and candy buffets can also be served for guests.
Marriage or wedding is a legal contract between two people. Both the groom and the bride are to consent to the marriage of their own free wills. A formal, binding contract is considered integral to a religiously valid marriage and outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom and bride. Marriage actually not only connects only two people but also two entire families. It is really very important decision of our life. Most wedding ceremonies involve an exchange of marriage vows by the couple, presentation of a gift (offering, ring(s), symbolic item, flowers, money), and a public proclamation of marriage by an authority figure. By taking vows of accepting a person as a life partner forever and sharing each and every feelings, responsibilities, fields etc with each other, people start a completely new chapter of life. There are many crucial matters to be handled like arrangement of delicious food, selection and decoration of the venue, bride and groom makeover, cloths selection for both parties including the hosts, bridal photography, invitation for relatives and other acquaintances and so on. Well it is actually that kind of ritual which people celebrate like a festivity. Both bride and groom enjoy this special moment the most. They are the main attraction of the ceremony.
Many traditions and rituals have origins in religions and are still performed by religious leaders. Those having a secular wedding often want to maintain the symbolic meaning of some customs since they have become an essential part of the culture independent of religion. In order to satisfy these needs, secular ceremonies have started to be carried out by humanist officiants worldwide. Wedding and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. Different religions have their own customs and traditions of marriage. Muslims call it Akdh or Nikah where two male witnesses who are the members of family in most cases, are required and according to the Quran, a married Muslim couple, both husband and wife act as each other’s protector and comforter and therefore only meant “for each other”. Hindus have a term called Shaat Paak (Seven Round) and also do a sacred Fire-Sacrifice, Sindoor (vermilion) Mangalsutra (golden neckless) etc. In Christian religion bride and groom take vows for each other where most Christian churches give some form of blessing to their marriage; the wedding ceremony typically includes some sort of pledge by the community to support the couple’s relationship. In Buddhism bride and groom parties obtain the blessing from monks at the local temple after completing the civil registration formalities and so on.
Some make this program happen in home privately and shortly or in religious institutes whereas some do it very gorgeously and massively. Music, poetry, prayers or readings from religious texts or literature are also commonly incorporated into the ceremony.
Mehendi or Henna night:
In many Muslim and Hindu weddings, it is tradition to have a henna party before the wedding. During a henna party, artists use a paste made from dried henna leaves to paint intricate patterns on the hands (and sometimes also the feet) of the bridal party. The henna painting ceremony is called a ‘Mehndi’ party, and it is a joyful occasion. Because the bride has to sit still for several hours, her friends might dance and sing songs to entertain her, or bring her treats. However, they must try to keep from being too distracting to the bride or to the artist, due to the precision needed to complete intricate designs. Mehndi sessions are a tradition from ancient cultures dating back over five thousand years, where the bride-to-be is given all the secrets of a happy and fruitful marriage as told by her closest female family members and friends. It is believed that henna gives blessings, luck, and joy, although it is also seen as a beauty enhancer. Some brides get their future spouse’s initials hidden into their mehndi design. There may also be symbolic designs representing joy, luck, success, beauty, and other positive qualities. When henna is placed on the palms of the hand it is meant to signify that the person is open to receive and offer blessings. When the henna is placed on top of the hands it is meant to signify protection of the person. The bride traditionally gets the most intricate patterns to set her apart from her bridesmaids. The designs themselves can vary from symbols of animals or objects to delicate lace patterns or swirling paisley. For weddings, often the artist will incorporate the groom’s name into the artwork for a personal touch. Certain styles of henna design are meant to symbolize fertility.
The Holud ceremony is the one in which a paste of turmeric is applied on the bride and the groom’s body before their wedding. This ceremony is held at both the bride and the groom’s place, on the morning of or the wedding day. In a few cultures, this ceremony is also held a day before the wedding, after the Henna ritual. This ceremony is one of the most exciting and important pre-wedding ceremonies during the wedding. Traditionally, in Holud ceremony people make a paste using Turmeric and different ingredients according to their individual family customs. While some mix it with sandalwood powder and milk, others mix it with rose water. This paste is then applied on the bride and the groom’s face, neck, hands and feet, by their near and dear ones. This ceremony is also accompanied by traditional songs and dances at times.
In many customs, the bride and the groom also apply a small portion of this sacred paste on their unmarried friends and siblings. It is said that whoever gets touched by this paste will soon find a good looking partner. It is the symbol of blessings actually. Holud holds such a special place to keep evil eyes away by tradition. Most people believe that the reason for applying Turmeric is to ward off evil spirits from affecting the bride and the groom. This is why; the bride and groom are usually not allowed to leave their home after the Holud ceremony, till their wedding. This ceremony also has ‘actual tangible’ benefits as well! The paste that is applied during the Holud ceremony is a strong antiseptic that prevents acne and pimples. It also sloughs off dead skin to reveal glowing skin underneath. What’s more, the faint yellow stain left behind by the turmeric gives you an ethereal glow that is both beautiful and divine.
Holud is a charming ceremony and songs are sung in the background when the ritual takes place. The event is replete with lots of music; fun and tasty food before the madness of the wedding festivities begin! It becomes much fun when it turns into a Holi like situation & everyone starts applying turmeric to each other apart from the bride/groom, dancing and singing which result in a lot of playful running around and fun moments. DJ and stage performances are also arranged these days.
A wedding reception is a party held after the completion of a marriage ceremony. It is held as hospitality for those who have attended the wedding, hence the name reception: the couple receives society, in the form of family and friends, for the first time as a married couple. Hosts provide their choice of food, venue, decorations etc including other important matters although a wedding cake is popular these days. Entertaining guests after a wedding ceremony is traditional in most societies, and can last anywhere from half an hour too many hours or even days.
In some cultures, separate wedding celebrations are held for the bride’s and groom’s families.
Before receptions—a social event that is structured around a receiving line, and usually held in the afternoon or night with only light refreshments. The popularity of receptions, rather than breakfasts, dinners, and balls, during the 20th century led to the name reception being applied to any social event after a wedding, whether it is lunch, dinner or a dance. In Muslim wedding, bride goes to her in-laws house forever after the reception party. Bride and
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Phone: +8809666777111 or +88 0255669900 or +88028332272
- AB Bank Limited
AB Bank ltd. offers loans to the customers for marriage purposes. The loan amount limit is BDT 25,000-5,00,000 with an interest rate of 14.50% p.a. – 17.50% p.a and minimum 12 months to 36 months tenor.
Head Office address: BCIC Bhaban, 30-31 Dilkusha C/A, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh, GPO Box: 3522
- Bank Asia
Bank Asia provides financial help to the customers through their marriage loan scheme. They believe that in our society marriage ceremonies are very much expensive now a days so that the scheme can help applicants to fulfill their financial need.
The loan amount limit is Tk. 25000.to Maximum Tk.5,00,000 with repayment tenure of minimum 6 month to Maximum 4 years.
Head Office address: Rangs Tower (2nd to 6th Floor), 68,Purana Paltan, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.
Phone: +88027110042, +88027110062, +88027110147, +88027110173, +88027110177, +88027110218
Web: www.bankasia-bd.com, https://www.bankasia.net