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A few nights before the church ceremony, the groom and his friends go out to a local pub, which is called junggesellenabschiedsimilar to a bachelors party in America (Phelan 2005).
On the third day the religious ceremony and reception takes place.
Since the bride and groom are already married by law, they usually enter the church together and walk down the aisle together.
The bride typically wears a white gown without a train.
It is not customary to have bridesmaids, groomsmen, or flower girls at a German wedding (Walking Down the Aisle, Part 2 2004). Pierre, a native to Germany and sociology instructor at Penn State, the wedding party usually consists of a male and female witness, she said.
The couple and their guests create a car procession and drive through town honking their hornsoften times others will honk back wishing the couple good luck (German Wedding Traditions, Part 1 2004).
The German proverb Scherben bringen Gluckwhich can be translated as Broken crockery brings you luck, is derived from this custom (Marriage 2005).
The bride and groom have to clean up everything, symbolizing that nothing will ever be broken in their house (Phelan 2005).
Germans believe that the bride will have as many children as the grains of rice that stay in her hair.
Meanwhile, the couple tosses coins to the children (Phelan 2005).