”What to put on to a Moroccan wedding: Traditional Moroccan gown; tiny, fashionable bag and makeup (I wore a red Moroccan gown and sparkly, red lipstick- I experienced no purse).
Where it had been held: a hotel that is fancy Casablanca! You set foot in a corridor, where you are greeted by many men (on both sides) wearing red robes and hats when you enter the area where the wedding is held. They played different instruments such as the taarija, flutes, and really a long trumpet-looking instrument. To start with I became overrun as everyone else watches eachother intently whilst the music plays loudly into the history. Then you locate a chair, no title cards required, which fit 10-16 at a dining table. The seats had been therefore comfortable, topped with a cushion that is fluffy each dining table possessed a flower bouquet centerpiece. Everybody had a collection of 3 extremely fancy plates, a shiny wine glass, 2 forks (big and tiny), 2 knives (big and tiny) plus one spoon. Each dining table additionally had some candles and 2-3 containers of carbonated water.
The marriage: individuals introduced a glassy, gem-filled carriage that we later discovered is carried by 4 males. Next males in white robes and hats that are red a course for the wedding couple to walk along whilst the artists adopted behind th couple and played music. The guys when you look at the robes that are white arms together to cover up the bride while she had been seated into the carriage then scooped up into the atmosphere, each region of the carriage being supported from the men’s arms. The guys danced as well as the artists played old-fashioned Moroccan along with Turkish music all that was being projected on a giant screen therefore that everybody in the hallway could begin to see the bride and grooms faces throughout the party. […]