Although the Egyptian bride practices Islam, her head is surly covered, but her neck isn’t as the Egyptians are more liberal than other Islamic countries. She wears a traditional white dree, the bigger the better.
Her dress is covered in gold, to symbolize wealth and richness, and she is adorned with pearls and jewelry.
Before the Czech Republic became the Czech Republic and before Slovakia became Slovakia, there was Czechoslovakia. And they had beautiful wedding clothing. Red and bright flowers decorate the dress from top to bottom, and a matching headpiece adorns the bride's head.
The former Czechoslovakia people are also known as Moravians and some still wear these costumes until today.
The Cypriot island is divided into a Greek part and a Turkish part. While the northern Turkish part is influenced by Turkish traditions, the southern Greek part, is not exactly like the Greek motherland.
The Cypriot bride wears a white dress, covered in lace. Long gloves adorn her arms, while her groom awaits in classic native dress.
The Rukai are native Taiwanese. They have traditions that have been passed down for years, including their magnificent wedding traditions. The Rukai bride wears a traditional black tunic with golden embroidery and a red skirt.
A massive headpiece in matching colors is placed on the bride. The ornaments on the clothing represent the terrible inheritance of the Rukai people.
The Eskimos cannot afford to wear beautiful white wedding dresses. The climate and weather conditions oblige the Eskimo bride, to wear her Eskimo traditional heavy cost, to assure she stayed warm. There is no other option up north.
The wedding ceremony in north Greenland or Alaska, where most of the Eskimos are found, is relatively a modest ceremony, with drinks, food, and heavy coats.