In Morocco the marriage celebration includes several ceremonies that can last 3 days. This festivity brought the family together and show the richness of Moroccan customs and traditions through clothing, art, music or cuisine (amazing and delicious dishes).
It’s the brides moment. On the day of the wedding the ceremony begins with song and dance. the tradition of Islam demands the wedding begin by reading Koranic verses and songs in praise of the prophet. The bride is dressed in a white caftan with matching jewelry. She begins to heads to a large chair “the Amariya” with the groom. Strong men carry the Amaria around the wedding room, so every family member and friends gets to see and wish the couple happiness and good luck.
Moroccan wedding is considered as the symbol of the continuity of the community and the basic foundation of the family unit. The marriage is celebrated in Morocco following a ceremonial with roots in ancient traditions.
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