The wedding of a lifetime may be on the cards, but when it comes to setting the tone for the big day, the rest of the world is wondering what to expect.
But the bride and groom may be in a different spot.
This week, we’re bringing you our favorite wedding celebrations from around the world.
First, here are our picks for the best wedding traditions in China.
Then, we take a look at what your next big day will be like.
In China, the bride’s big day is usually the day before the wedding, when guests get married in a private ceremony.
But it’s not the only tradition to take place.
Here’s a list of the best Chinese weddings you may want to consider getting married in.
If you’re wondering how much you’ll pay for your wedding, here’s how much a wedding planner charges in China and how much it will cost you.
It’s not uncommon to see Chinese brides and grooms walking down the aisle with their families and friends at a restaurant.
A wedding planner is often asked to provide a wedding party for a large gathering.
But this can be a big expense.
You might want to find a cheaper alternative.
This wedding is taking place at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Shanghai.
While there are several wedding hotels in Shanghai, you can expect to pay around $3,000 to $5,000 for a wedding.
And that’s if you want to go the whole hog.
The bride’s mother, grandmother, aunt, and other relatives can also be present.
The wedding of the century: Wedding for three people, but only for one person.
This is a typical Chinese wedding ceremony.
The bride and her family walk down the stairs and into the chapel.
They take their vows.
Afterward, the groom takes his vows and they head to the banquet hall to eat dinner.
The wedding planner will take your name, your favorite song, and your name of the bride in place of your name.
For a smaller party, this is a great way to have a smaller wedding.
However, if you’re planning a big wedding and you want the ceremony to be longer than usual, this can get expensive.
Another traditional wedding: The wedding for one man, but not two.
At this wedding, the two guests get engaged in the traditional Chinese wedding dress and ring ceremony.
The groom takes the bride for a walk down a street to the bride at the wedding reception.
You may be surprised by the price.
An interesting wedding: Wedding that goes down the road.
There’s an old Chinese saying that goes, “When the bride walks, the man follows.”
This wedding ceremony may be for a few people, and you may only have one person to lead the procession.
The planner can add a second person for the ceremony if it’s more important for you.