Small East Indian Weddings

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East Indian weddings are lavish and generally last for a week or more. Because families are most concerned about passing on their traditions and values from one generation to another, marriages are usually prearranged by families or marriage brokers. The … Read More

Moroccan Weddings

Moroccan Weddings at The Boulevard Room   The basic foundation of the family in Morocco starts with the wedding. The wedding rituals have remained the same for hundreds of years and the customs are similar throughout the different Moroccan regions. … Read More

Macedonian Weddings

Macedonian Weddings at Boulevard Room   Macedonian weddings are steeped in tradition and have a lot of beautiful rituals. This is a place where big, elaborate, luxury weddings are required and expected. Families go into deep debt to finance these … Read More

Muslim Weddings

  Muslim weddings involve varying customs and traditions depending on the country where the wedding takes place, such as Pakistan, India, US, Philippines, Egypt and other nations.  These countries have different cultures, so the celebrations may vary widely, but all … Read More

Hungarian Weddings

  Most Hungarian weddings today are more like the US weddings, but there are customs and traditions that are carried over and still observed by many Hungarian couples. As times change, it feels nice to look back on these unique … Read More

Italian Weddings

  Few cultures are known for romance and love more than the Italians. In the olden days, the marriages were arranged because the family lineage was the most important factor. A matchmaker would be hired by the groom’s family to … Read More

Romanian Weddings

  In Romania, and in all cultures around the world, weddings are regarded as the most important family tradition. The ancient customs are interesting, so in today’s Romanian weddings, many of these rituals are still followed and incorporated in the … Read More

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