As on Yom Kippur, both the chatan and kallah fast (in this case, from dawn until after the completion of the marriage ceremony).
And at the ceremony, the chatan wears a kittel, the traditional white robe worn on Yom Kippur.
The area now called The Kingdom of Lesotho (pronounced le-Soo-too) was originally Basutoland.
Both names derive from the common language, Sotho, which was spoken by the many groups which united to form the nation in the early 1800s.
Or at the very least you can add some lovely traditions and Irish Wedding Customs from the Gaelic history of Ireland to your big day. It is not unheard of for hundreds of guests to attend a fancy hotel for a swanky reception, for children in formal attire to be employed as page boys, ring bearers and even seating attendants!
Some modern couples spurn the traditional Church setting preferring to be wed on a Caribbean beach or perhaps in a foreign Church (with blessings in Rome always proving popular). Irish history is veneered with centuries of oppression that was particularly harsh in respect of the Catholic religion.
The area is ruggedly mountainous, landlocked, and completely surrounded by The Republic of South Africa.
It lies between latitudes 28 degrees and 31 degrees south and longitudes 27 degrees and 30 degrees east.
The following guide explains the beauty and joy of these the Jewish wedding traditions.      When February birds do mate, you may wed, nor dread your fate.      If you wed when March winds blow, joy and sorrow both you'll know.This made sense as it was the day when the working week was done and people were free to attend the simple marriage ceremonies that were available at the time.As the decades and years rolled by and as the Catholic religion developed and reasserted itself in Ireland, the choice of Sunday became frowned upon as it was often seen as a mark of disrespect.
Similarly, it became unusual for a couple to be wed in May as this was the traditional start of Summer and was marked by a Pagan feast: Bealtane.