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1 Turkish weddings vs. Czech weddings

2 Question 1: What are typical rituals during a wedding? Turkish: Before the ''Day D'' the groom and the bride are alone with their families and this evening is quite sad. Czech: Before the ''Day D'' the groom and the bride usually have separate stag parties with their friends. On the wedding day we break some plate because this ritual brings luck.

3 Question 2: Have you some reception after the ceremony? Turkish: Not really (just some Kebab …), but the evening before this ceremony we eat a lot of food. For example:.. Czech: Yes, we have much food. For example: meat ball soup (knedlíčková), vegetable creamy sauce with beef meat and dumplings (svíčková), ham rolls as a starter and a big wedding cake as a dessert … etc.

4 Question 3: How many people can be at the ceremony? Turkish: At Turkish wedding there can usually be about people. Czech: Czech weddings are usually smaller, around people.

5 Question 4: What do grooms and brides wear? Turkish: Women wear scarfs on their heads and men wear suits like in Europe. Czech: Women wear long white dresses with a veil and men wear black suits or tuxedos.

6 Question 5: Where is this ceremony held and how does it take? Turkish: They are married at a town hall. The ceremony is very short. Czech: We usually get married in a church but more often at a town hall. It takes almost one day.

7 Question 6: Which presents do newlyweds usually receive? Turkish: At ceremony they get all kinds of folk gifts or gold. Czech: We usually give some useful things to a new flat or a house. E.g.: plates, glasses, cuttlery,….

8 Question 7: Do the newlyweds go for honeymoon? Turkish: No Czech: Yes. Almost allways. Any place by the sea is the most popular destination and some people stay in the country.

9 Finaly question 9: Have the newlyweds a bridecake? Turkish: No and yes. They have a very big plastic bridecake! (its very interesting) Czech: Yes, we have a big bridecake.

10 Thank you for your attention Jakub Kylar and Míša Němcová


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