Of course there. Vietnamese also wear wedding rings!
Many Chinese put the ring away to protect it except on important holidays like anniversaries. In Chinese tradition, higher status for men was marked by having multiple young female partners or concubines. A ring denies this status. This is why many modern Chinese men don’t wear a wedding ring.
One of the most well-known symbols of the Vietnamese wedding is the Vietnamese wedding dress or the Ao Dai. The Ao Dai is worn by both the bride and groom during the Vietnamese wedding ceremony and/or during the reception when the couple makes their rounds to greet and thank their guests.
“Nowadays, wedding rings are most commonly worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. But some countries, including India, Germany, Spain, Norway and Russia, traditionally wear their wedding rings on the right hand.” Overall, cultural traditions and norms seem to set the standard for this custom.
So avoid wearing anything similar to what the bride is wearing and try not to choose white, red and pastel colors. Purple flowers represent sadness and white flowers represent funerals and death, so they’re a big no-no for wedding guests.
In the United States, women (and some men) wear both engagement and wedding rings on their left ring finger; How the rings are stacked depends on the bride’s personal preference. In Asian countries, the ribbon is also worn on the left.
Traditionally, followers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church do not wear wedding rings.
For a guest coming to a traditional Vietnamese wedding, you should avoid the following colors. They are red, white and light pastel colors. The reason is simple, you might look like the bride.
Phu Thê Cake: An eternal symbol of love between husband and wife in Vietnamese culture.
Vietnamese do not have a marriage registry. Checks or cash are much more appreciated as they help pay for the wedding or help the couple start their new life journey. $100 per guest is recommended as food, drinks and the wedding venue rental alone would cost the couple that much
Black can mean power, courage or strength, as well as show conviction or belief. In relation to marriage, a black ring can symbolize the power of love. Wearing black rings can be a way for a couple to show that they are committed to their marriage and that, above all, they believe in the strength of their connection.
Marriage is something that exists in almost every culture in the world. However, the way people wear wedding rings varies significantly depending on where you are. Although considered a universal symbol of love and unity, it also comes in all shapes, sizes, and materials.
Of course, in many countries today it is quite normal for a wedding ring to be worn on the right hand. People in Austria, Latvia, Russia, Norway, Poland and parts of Spain and Portugal all wear wedding rings on the right hand! The reasons for this tradition vary from country to country.
In Vietnam, early marriage is considered to be a marriage where one or both partners are under the legal marrying age, which is 18 years for girls and 20 years for boys (Article 8 (1) of the Marriage and Family Act).
Gifts include betel leaves, fruit, cake, a roast pig, cloth and an abundance of jewelry for the bride and are usually worn by the groomsmen – as at the engagement ceremony. Usually the number of gift boxes is 5, 7 or 9.
Family and friends are not usually invited there, and the newlyweds themselves wear casual clothes. The celebration of a traditional Vietnamese wedding can last 5-7 days. Usually, although my weddings are 1-3 days.
Traditional Chinese culture does not include engagement rings in the proposal. But in modern China, women expect their suitor to wear a large diamond ring. So there is a lot at stake! Today, marriage proposals and marriage proposals are all “go big or go home,” and the engagement ring is no exception.
When a husband gives his wife a right hand ring, it symbolizes a renewal of vows or anniversaries. They can also serve as engagement rings for committed partners or those taking a vow of chastity.
Put simply, a divorce ring is a ring meant to symbolize the end of your marriage. It’s a ring you wear to reclaim your individuality and celebrate your courage, strength and independence. It means leaving your luggage behind and taking the first steps to embrace your newfound freedom.
The use of wedding rings is not prescribed in the Bible and there is no indication that it was ever practiced in the New Testament.