De’Little Ones’ uncle (hubby’s younger brother) is getting married this weekend. The wedding dinner is on Saturday while the wedding ceremony is on Sunday. Before the wedding ceremony, the groom’s family (that’s hubby & me, together with the groom to be and our elder brother) sent an elaborate array of food, biscuits, wines and religious items to the bride’s family in Seremban.
We went to the bride’s house last Tuesday to present the wedding gifts to the bride’s family. We took half day off from work and went to Seremban very early in the morning with Kylie only. Kylin was left with babysitter.
Who is that boy in the picture? That’s the bride’s nephew. Kylie played with him while we chatted with the bride’s mother.
So what’s the six etiquette of the chinese wedding? The wedding gift is one of them. The fourth etiquette, to be exact. The wedding ceremony and the wedding dinner is the last etiquette. Do check out the rest of the etiquette here.
We spent almost 2 hours there. We waited for the praying ceremony to complete before heading home. The bride’s family gave us a red packet (ang pow) each and we took home some of the wedding gift we brought there. Never go back home empty handed I assume.
Poor Kylin, mommy decided not to bring her there and hence she didn’t get the red packet. So, when I reached home, I gave my red packet (of course with the cash inside it) to Kylin instead.