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Ⅰ. Wedding

Ⅱ. World Wedding Cultures
1. Europe Wedding Culture
(1) Western European Wedding Traditions
(2) Country - France
(3) Country - Italy

2. Oceania
(1) Wedding Customs in Oceania
(2) Country - Australia
(3) Country - New zealand

3. Asia
(1) Wedding Traditions in Asia
(2) Country - India
(3) Country - Tibet

4. North America
(1) North American Wedding Traditions
(2) Country - United States
(3) Country - Mexico

5. Africa
(1) African Wedding Traditions
(2) Country -Sudan
(3) Country - Morocco

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A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. Most wedding ceremonies involve an exchange of wedding vows by the couple, presentation of a ring or rings, and a public proclamation of marriage by an authority figure or religious leader. Special wedding garments are often worn, and the ceremony is followed by a wedding reception. Music, poetry, prayer or readings from Scripture may also be incorporated in the ceremony.
Ⅱ. World Wedding Cultures
1. Europe Wedding Culture
(1) Western European Wedding Traditions
Wedding traditions in Western Europe are as varied as the countries that make up the region from Ireland to Italy, from Portugal to Switzerland and everything in between, the wonderful, colorful wedding traditions of Western Europe span almost a quarter of our world.
The engagement ring one of the oldest of the Western European wedding traditions.
One of the ancient traditions of Western Europe which is still going strong today is the idea of the engagement ring. It was way back in 860 A.D. that Pope Nicholas I proclaimed that not only was an engagement ring required to seal the agreement to be married, but that the engagement ring must be made of gold. The making of the ring out of gold signified that the groom was willing to make a financial sacrifice for his new bride-to-be.
It would be another 617 years before the tradition of adding a diamond to an engagement ring would be started. It was in the year 1477 that King Maximilian presented the lovely Mary of Burgundy with a diamond engagement ring, and from that day to this a diamond has been a girl’s best friend.
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