Those who receive the tea usually give the bride gifts such as jewelry or red envelope. It is also necessary for all marriages commence with the best of intentions. In the Roman Catholic Church "Holy Matrimony" is considered to be one of the seven sacraments, in this case one that the spouses bestow upon each other in front of a priest and members of the community as witnesses. A wedding is always a happy time for families to celebrate. Wedding in Israel is strictly a religious ceremony.
Tea Ceremony is an official ritual to introduce the newlyweds to each other's family, and it's a way for newlyweds to show respect and appreciation to their parents. Then the bride formally departs from her blood-relatives to join the groom's family. Then another one of the stages of a wedding event Posad, during which the bride and groom seated on the bowl, covered with a casing (symbol of wealth), the bride was burnt on the hair line.
The newlyweds kneel in front of their parents, serving tea to both side of parents, as well as elder close relatives. On the wedding day, the bride and the bridegroom garland each other in front of the guests. This event may be legally documented as a marriage or another legally recognized partnership such as a civil union. There the feast began. Choose a wedding celebration can take more than one day and may be repeated again after a certain time (e.g. a month), and they are mainly in the bride's home. Mandatory such registration is not. After all this wedding train with matchmakers and friends went to the groom's house. The most important step is saptapadi or saat phere, wherein the bride and the groom, hand-in-hand, encircle the sacred fire seven times, each circle representing a matrimonial vow.