“The Lunar New Year is such a big celebration for our Asian American heritage groups,” says Chang, “I think it’s great to incorporate that element into one of the most special days of your life, that is. is the wedding.
Esther Park Chun, who recently got married, said, “I can wear a traditional American wedding dress at first. And when going to the reception, wear a Korean Hanbok,” said Esther Park Chun, recently married said. “By wearing Hanbok and bowing to our grandparents and parents, we can honor them. It’s also super pretty, the colors and materials.”
“We absorbed these different cultures, from Korea, China, the Philippines and Vietnam, and incorporated those beautiful aspects of the dress and possibly the tea ceremony on the wedding day,” says Chang. their. “And it’s not forced because we grew up in the culture.”
https://abc13.com/lunar-new-year-wedding-asian-traditions/11533849/ Wedding planner helps keep Asian traditions during Lunar New Year