BOSTON PERSIAN WEDDING TRADITIONS
- Sofreh Aghd – This “Table of wedding” is a table that is adorned with food, flowers, and a mirror called the Aayeneh-ye Bakh.
- Aayeneh-ye Bakh – The “mirror of fate” that is on the Sofreh Aghd symbolizes fate joining the couple together in holy matrimony for all of time.
- Mokhaddeh – The couple sits here together throughout their wedding celebration
- Mahrieh – The groom traditionally asks the bride’s father to marry his daughter. The groom offers a tift to the bride that symbolizes that he is financially stable. Examples of Mahrieh can be money, gold coins, or a holy book.
- Aroosi – The wedding reception party is a feast that celebrates the two families coming together!
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