Weddings in Moscow.
1. Purchasing the bride
The bridegroom with buddies is having to pay the bride cost. / Vladimir Vyatkin/RIA Novosti
The bride's friends kidnap either her or her shoe and the groom and his friends must pay a real or symbolic price for the stolen maiden during the wedding.
Wedding master of ceremonies Sergei Sokolov recalls a particular occasion: "When, the visitors chose to take the bride but would not say exactly exactly how she could possibly be purchased straight back. We stated: ‘Ok, therefore now the bride is stolen, but just exactly how are we planning to purchase her straight back?' The visitors said: 'Have the groom beverage eight shots of vodka.' But if he had been to take in eight shots of vodka, he’d be as effective as gone too… in the long run, we simply arranged a party battle."
2. Showing your love
Stunning newly hitched few having conventional unity rite during wedding service. / Vostock-Photo
A groom must tie a knot in a kitchen towel that is as strong as his love for his bride for this ritual. Then, he must untie this knot because easily as he'll manage to re re re solve future family members issues.
3. Feed me
Closeup photo of groom and bride nibbling old-fashioned loaf. / Legion Media
Back many years ago, there was clearly a tradition where from the very first time following the wedding, this new spouse would bring water to her parents-in-law which help them to scrub.