Tea Ceremony Details

These photos were taken by Mitch Ranger. As you can see, the main colors in the morning were red and gold for traditional luck. The Vietnamese attire, called Ao Dai, added the punches of color.

A nice little collage of the ceremony

Wedding Tea Ceremony Collage

Signs in front of the bride and groom’s homes, respectively.

Bride's Home Sign

Groom's Home Sign

My ceremony dress and the bouquet his mother made for me.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Bride

We wore the ornate Vietnamese Ao Dai in the morning.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Ao Dai

Traditional wedding dowries include the Betel Fruit

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Betel Fruit

Everything is wrapped in red cellophane and covered in red cloth since red is LUCKY!

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Lucky Red Items

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Lucky Red Items

Jewely offering for the dowry

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Jewelry

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Jewelry

Other fruits to share between the families

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail:Fresh Fruit

Chinese pastries

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Pastries

Tea to offer to the family

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Tea

Décor straight from Vietnam.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Colorful lanterns

One of the Buddhist figures on the altars at my mother’s home.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Buddhist figures

One of the altars at his parent’s home.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Altars

A roast pig is always part of the Vietnamese dowry.

Wedding Tea Ceremony Detail: Roast pig

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