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I have a good friend, who has married a Russian woman, and I believe that browsing through your site has given me a better insight into her background and some of the obstacles they will face in their future. No rings are given; no one is informed about the event excepting closest friends and family.
I will describe here an average wedding, the type all my friends and family had. If the man is gallant, he will give his lady flowers, but this is not mandatory.
The couple is supposed to apply in writing to the department of registrations asking to register their marriage.
The department will give them available dates (when the registrar is available), but according to the law there must be at least 1 month of "waiting period".
I felt like a "head of state" or "father of the bride".
Her parents, the groom's parents, and everyone attending the wedding made me feel very honored, loved, and respected.
Still quite a few couples do not appear in ZAGS on the day of registration without a prior notice.
After the couple has applied to the department of registration, they are considered as being a bride and a groom; but Russians do not talk about being engaged, they say "They handed in the application".
is not currently married but was married before.)I am often asked about how Russian sizes of rings correspond to western ones. Russian sizes of rings are given in MILLIMETERS OF DIAMETER.
She is a wonderful person, and I have known her fiance as well for a few years.
I was not expecting the treatment I received at the wedding.
So if woman's size is 17, it means the ring should be 17 millimeters in diameter.
(1 millimeter = 0,1 centimeter)The bride's dress is usually made specially for the occasion because it's cheaper than buying it.
All Russian women can sew (sewing is compulsory in the course of 'domestic labor' subject for girls in Russian schools - boys learn to make furniture and fix taps etc).