Monday, November 24, 2008

The French Wedding Traditions of "Savoir Vivre"

The French Wedding Traditions of "Savoir Vivre"

The procession
To enter the church traditionally married in the arms of his mother opened the parade. It is followed by the father of the groom and mother of the bride, followed by witnesses, grandparents, brothers and sisters ...
Finally the bride to the arms of his father who closed the march followed the children of honor.
Take children five years or more, including headgear and remember those bouquets of the bride.

Note that in the new liturgy, priority is given to married as a couple. The order is:
. .the groom and bride,
. . the mother of the bride and the father of the groom,
. . the mother of the groom and father of the bride,
. . grandparents,
. . witnesses, brothers and sisters ...
The seating plan
The table is headed by married surrounded by their witnesses, close friends and brothers and sisters. You then put your guests according to their status, their age and their relationship with the bride.
The table allows parents to bring people very close to them, and generally of the same generation.

The Wedding Speeches

Should not be a solemn, but a mark of friendship, it must be prepared in advance, short and quiet (less than 5 minutes).
This is usually a relative of the family who takes care.
You can also get help from a writer family to write a speech. Video:Le bien savoir vivre par Edouard - Se marier

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