The Two-Bouquet Ceremony

A Burmese tradition that can make your vows more meaningful

Excerpted from "Weddings From the Heart."

In Burma both the bride and the groom hold flower bouquets during the recitation of their vows. The symbolism here is that the blessings and obligations of marriage apply to both bride and groom; the promises they make to each other are as precious to the man as they are to the woman.


When they have finished their vows, the bride and groom dip their hands in a shared bowl of water, to symbolize the water of life.

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Daphne Rose Kingma
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