The actual wedding ceremony ended "sweet vodka" — the praise of a young, sberegla maiden honor. A peasant wedding is a Dutch carnaval custom. In cases where a religious ceremony is present, a Brahmin (Hindu priest) arranges a sacred yajna (fire-sacrifice), and the sacred fire (Agni) is considered the prime witness (sākshī) of the marriage. The wedding between Jews conducted by a Rabbi (he produces a marriage certificate), between the Muslim Mullah, between Christian priest. Then another one of the stages of a wedding event Posad, during which the bride and groom seated on the bowl, covered with a casing (symbol of wealth), the bride was burnt on the hair line.
The Central figures of the wedding are the bride and groom. After the groom puts on the neck of the bride a Golden pendant and puts a symbolic sign on her forehead, the bride is his wife and part of his family, and related blood relatives. These auspicious words of blessing are designed to bless and amuse the family and make the occasion filled with fun and joy.
In 1987, the BBC Scotland TV series “High Spirits” for the first time aired a humanist wedding on national TV. Each carnaval association has its own tradition concerning choosing the spouse for a wedding. First the engagement will be announced just as if it would be an officially marriage. The organizers of the wedding invite wedding planner, the so-called master of ceremonies or MC (master of ceremonies), who for event monitors its progress, gives the floor to make a toast, following the order of the performances and so on. These auspicious words of blessing are designed to bless and amuse the family and make the occasion filled with fun and joy. At the same time not without its oddities: in the early 2000s, the senior class of one of the Israeli schools formally performed the wedding ceremony with a friend — gave her a ring in the presence of witnesses; as a result, after a breakup, the couple was forced to divorce. Music, poetry, prayers or readings from religious texts or literature are also commonly incorporated into the ceremony. He chants mantras from the Vedas and subsidiary texts while the couple are seated before the fire. These are often referred to as "commitment ceremonies." Same-sex weddings are not legally recognized in most countries.