Muslims may wear any kind of dress on wedding depending on the local traditions. well they have wedding traditions which in the ancient times portuguese people would just marry to build another family. For the same reason that a Christian wedding is important to a Christian, a Muslim wedding is important to a Muslim and a Hindi wedding is important to a Hindu!
In Haiti these people pay for the wedding, but we are just asking them to walk in the processional and pray over us during the ceremony. In a Christian Wedding, the traditions from what the bride and groom prepares and wears to the traditional wedding symbols are different from that of the Islam wedding that is conducted in accordance to the Islamic Koran Weddings are celebrated mostly according to local customs and traditions.
Wedding customs and traditions differ between different nations and peoples. Wedding in Islam is very simple but most of the Muslims have made it very costly and complicated. Eheringe (Wedding rings) Bräutkleid (Bride's attire) Bräutigams Kleidung (Groom's attire) Die Standesamtliche Trauung (The Wedding) Die Kirche-Hochzeit (The Church Wedding) Andere Deutsche Traditionen (Other German traditions) Hochzeitslader Junggesellenabschied (Bachelor Party) Polterabend (Wedding Eve) Hochzeit-Schuhe (Wedding shoes) Baumstamm Sägen (Log sawing) Fichtenzweige (Fir boughs) Reis Werfen (Rich throwing) Hochzeitssuppe (Wedding soup) Eine Weisse Band (A white ribbon) Hochzeitstanz (Wedding dance) Brautbecher (Bridal cup) The cast of Haitian Nights - 2013 includes: Alex Barbatsis as Wedding Guest Tremain Brown as Haitian Guard Pierre Chemaly as Norm Annette Greenwood as Pretty Nurse Willow Hale as Wedding Guest Clyde Jones as Frantz Slim Khezri as Wedding Guest Waymond Lee as Wedding Guest Heather Mc Cullough as Madame Dewitt Long Rudolph Moise as Richard Lazard Kenya Moore as Nadine Nay Nay Kirby as Flower girl with the dog in her hand Katrina Rose…
The legal rights of married women, including rights to property, were expanded through legislation in the 1980s.
In addition, the elite had a broader choice of partners as economic change and immigration changed the composition of that group.
Under the pressure of population growth and the increasing fragmentation of landholdings, the survived as a typical place of residence, but the cooperative labor and the social security provided by these extended families disappeared.
Haitian peasants still relied on their kin for support, but the extended family sometimes became an arena for land disputes as much as a mechanism for cooperation.
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Until the early part of the twentieth century, the worked cooperatively, and they provided each other with financial and other kinds of support.
Land ownership was not cooperative, however, and successive generations of heirs inherited individual plots.
It was not unusual for peasants to have more than one marital relationship.