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There is a lot of food and twirling at a Turkish marriage. Commonly, the vicar’s relatives pays for it all. The day begins with a festival called „gelin old“ ( to collect the wedding), where visitors go to the princess’s house on foot, or by car if they are too far away. A flag is even put up to mark the occasion.

Before the official service, the vicar’s buddies torture him with all sorts of tasks like making him move around the community outdoors, covering him in thick ingredients and so on. If any of Damat Donatma’s buddies doze off during the rituals, they are forced to doze off by pouring cold water over them in the day. In this way, they can demonstrate their devotion to their bride.

Citizens approach the couple to button gold cash or money onto the belt after the standard relationship is over. Whether that means purchasing a house or anything else, this wealth is intended to assist them in starting their new life together.

The halay is another crucial component of a Turkish bride. Unique areas have their own variations, but it’s a form of suburbanites boogie accompanied by a davul and zurna. In Trabzon, for illustration, people eat food over the princess’s brain when she enters her husband’s residence to symbolize abundance and prosperity. Children frequently block the roads to the bridal convoy during the wedding to get tips from them.