Romanian dating rituals

15-Jun-2018 02:03

The couple use this money to pay for the wedding, for the honeymoon or, if they can, for a car or an apartment (not the whole price but as advance money for the bank loan).

Dating women from other countries is an exciting way to learn a new culture, as well as experience something different than what you are used to in local romances.

Usually, the ransom is either paid in whiskey or fine wine bottles for the friends of the groom to drink or it can also be a request for the groom to make a speech to declare his love to his wife.

Another pin point custom in a Romanian wedding is trading the wedding veil for a head scarf.

In Romania, weddings usually go like this: the couple goes to the city hall in the morning to get legally married, then back at home to get all dressed up and, in the evening, they go to church to get married in front of God.

The money are handed to the couple, into envelopes, at the end of the party.But here, in Romania, these gifts are mostly money.The bar is fairly high comparing to the minimum wage.At a given point of the wedding party, a popular song named „Say goodbye, dear bride (to your father and your mother)” – v=r Rx2rz Ekmi E – is played and, at that point, the godmother of the marriage (as Romanian customs require that the bride and groom have another couple as marriage godparents) takes the veil from the girl’s head and replaces it with a head scarf.

The money are handed to the couple, into envelopes, at the end of the party.

But here, in Romania, these gifts are mostly money.

The bar is fairly high comparing to the minimum wage.

At a given point of the wedding party, a popular song named „Say goodbye, dear bride (to your father and your mother)” –

v=r Rx2rz Ekmi E – is played and, at that point, the godmother of the marriage (as Romanian customs require that the bride and groom have another couple as marriage godparents) takes the veil from the girl’s head and replaces it with a head scarf.

At the church, the priest performs the ritual – as most often is orthodox.