Who pays in a traditional Mexican wedding?
Usually everyone from the family pays.
The whole concept is that there is a godfather and godmother say for instance: the godfather of memories (like the wedding books and photots. So that guy pays for the photography of the wedding)
Hopefully you get what I'm saying. Be lucky that you have a big family!
Traditionally, the groom pays for the engagement ring and the wedding ring of the bride and the bride pays for the wedding ring of the groom. However, it is also very common in these days that the groom only pays for the engagement ring and the couples buy their wedding rings together as they share the wedding expenses.
The Groom's Family; traditionally, the groom's father. The groom's family pays for the knocking ceremony, dowries and all fees that result from the traditional ceremony (Ghanaian tradition). The brides family normally prepares the food, drinks, music, etc. for the reception. The "white wedding ceremony" normally follows the traditional ceremony; that's if the couple chooses to do this. In Ghana, the groom pays for this part of the ceremony also; as the saying goes "Who's marrying…
There are a traditional set of guidelines and a modern set. I will give you Modern: 1st- Clocks 2nd- China 3rd- Crystal/Glass 4th- Appliances 5ht- Silverware 6th- Wood 7th- Desk Sets 8th- Linens/Lace 9th- Leather 10th- Diamond jewelry 11th- Jewelry 12th- Pearls 13th- Textiles/Fur 14th- Gold Jewelry 15th- Watches 20th-Platinum 25th- Silver 30th- Diamonds 35th- Jade 40th- Ruby 45th- Sapphire 50th- Gold 55th- Emerald 60th- Diamond 1st Wedding Anniversary Traditional Gifts: Paper Modern Gifts: Clocks…
Why might one choose photojournalistic wedding photography for their wedding occasion instead of traditional wedding photography?
Well, there are traditional wedding ceremonies. This is usually done based in your own heritage. Then there are non traditional wedding ceremonies which are outside that of what would be considered typical for your heritage. For instance if you are American, a traditional wedding ceremony may be one which involves a church, pastor guests and a reception afterwords. A non-traditional could combine other ethnical type weddings or anything you see fit.