Selina & Siu Sing a Glasgow Traditional Chinese Wedding

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1 Stu­dio Wed­ding Films had the priv­i­lege of film­ing Seli­na and Siu Sing’s tru­ly mag­nif­i­cent Chi­nese-Scot­tish wed­ding on 30th May 2017.
Our first Chi­nese wed­ding, we couldn’t wait to share in their cus­toms and cul­ture.
The Chi­nese cel­e­bra­tions began with Chi­nese door games (tra­di­tion­al­ly aimed to make the Groom prove his love to his future wife) at Selina’s par­ents home.
The Groom, Best man and Grooms­men, all look­ing very smart in their kilts, were
met at the front door by the Brides­maids and were not per­mitt­ted entry until a series of hillar­i­ous tasks had been com­plet­ed!

The first tra­di­tion­al tea cer­e­mo­ny was next. The tea, usu­al­ly con­tains two lotus seeds or two red dates in each cup and is hand­ed to the bride and grooms par­ents.
Red envelopes were hand­ed to the bride and groom at the end of each tea cer­e­mo­ny.
The red colour sym­bol­izes good luck.

From there every­one set off to Bal­birnie House in Fife, where the groom host­ed his tea cer­e­mo­ny.

Seli­na and Siu Sing were now ready for their beau­ti­ful wed­ding Cer­e­mo­ny which also includ­ed The Water Uni­ty Cer­e­mo­ny, which was tru­ely touch­ing. After the cer­e­mo­ny and speech­es
the wed­ding par­ty and evening guests danced the night away to a tra­di­tion­al Scot­tish Ceilidh.

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