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Slovak love is the same like American, Turkish, Spanish, Eskimo or Swahili.
It’s only the manifestation of your love that is based on your culture and background.
Whoever picked the wreath was supposed to marry the girl who made it.
I really wonder how this one worked out cause the wreaths unusually traveled quite far away. Andrew’s Day a girl went to knock on a chicken shelter (a place where you keep chickens at night) and ask if she is going to get married.
They decorate the tree with long and colourful ribbons and build it up in front of the girl’s house. This was done every night before the first day of May.In order for magic to happen, they needed to water it early in the morning every day with fresh water transported from the source to the brunch in their mouth.This wasn’t always handy because springs with a fresh water or local wells were not close to the house.Finally, we can talk about the actual wedding associated traditions and some kind of celebrations. It can happen that only a bride receives a ring, but usually a groom gets some kind of gift as well (ring, watch, necklace, etc.) Young groom officially asked parents of the girl for her hand and thanked them for taking care of her. Once everybody agrees, a young couple asks for blessings from both parents, bride’s and groom’s.For the engagement lunch or dinner, close family members were invited. After the engagement, the couple goes to the church where they announce their plans to the priest.
When the cherry tree bloomed on Christmas day the girls were supposed the get married soon.