A wedding is one of the most important events in life. There is nothing worse than things going wrong on such an important day. It could be considered sinister for marriage when the wedding day goes wrong. Why not hit the wedding day as a good start for the couple?

Feng Shui is a tool used by many people in the Far East (Asia) to make the event run smoothly, but also to give the happy couple a good start in their new lives.

Legend has it that Yueh Lao, the Old Man of the Moon in Chinese mythology, predestines and regulates the marriages of mortals. It is said that he ties a red cord to potential partners to unite them as husband and wife. Therefore, one of the feng shui symbols for a happy relationship or to attract romance is to place a pair of mandarin or yin/yang ducks tied with red string, in the southwest sector of a room.

1. Auspicious date and time:

Ask a feng shui consultant for a favorable date and time for the wedding. Even the announcement of the engagement date must fall on an auspicious day.

2. Wedding Dress:

In a traditional Chinese wedding, the bride wears red and gold and never white. But out west, where a red wedding dress will likely send the vicar up the steeple of the church. A white wedding dress is fine, in keeping with Western tradition. However, the bride could slyly wear red suspenders along with the traditional crimson garter under her gown for good luck, not to mention a ploy to arouse the groom on their wedding night. Red is a color that exudes yang energy that will ignite passion on honeymoon night!

3. Wedding Rings:

For wedding rings, the groom must have a five-clawed dragon insignia, while the bride must wear a ring engraved with Feng Huang, or crimson phoenix. The union between the Dragon and the Phoenix is ​​the ultimate symbol of good luck and marital bliss.

4. Invitation Cards:

Invitation cards in red and gold with the symbol of the Dragon and Phoenix embracing a calligraphic sign of “Double Happiness” will bring luck to the bride and groom and family and wedding guests.

5. Wedding Cake:

Decorate the traditional white wedding cake with red “Double Happiness” calligraphy for good fortune.

6, wedding car:

Cover the wedding carriage to the church with red and gold ribbons. The combination of red and gold is the most auspicious color in feng shui to enhance good luck.

7. Wedding reception:

Make sure the wedding reception venue is in a light and airy room with no heavy beams in the room that could harm the wedding party. Serve meals at round tables, as they are more auspicious and sociable than long tables. Use red, gold, or yellow napkins for good fortune.

8. Bridal Keychain:

The bridal trousseau should include clothing based on your own personal element color derived from your Feng Shui chart. For example, if your element is wood, include some green color in your collection, if it’s water, use blue or black to strengthen yourself. Likewise, the groom can follow the same pattern.

9. Wedding Jewelry:

Auspicious wedding jewelry includes pendants, earrings, brooches or rings, tie clips or cufflinks (for men) with dragon designs with or without phoenix, dragon carp, double happiness, double fish symbol and peonies or lotuses for happiness and prosperity. .

10. Wedding Bed:

Place the bed with the headboard away from the windows and avoid sleeping with your feet pointing towards the door. She makes sure that the conjugal bed is not reflected in a mirror. If raising a family is a priority in marriage, on the wedding night she places fertility symbols such as pomegranates or oranges in the room, since the abundance of seeds in the fruits symbolizes many descendants.

The Wedding is an important occasion for the families of the bride and groom to celebrate the happy event. Everyone’s goal is for the event to run smoothly. However, it doesn’t happen that way. Using the Chinese methodology, feng shui, can reduce change from an unforeseen mishap. Also, this event is to give the happy couple a good start in life.

Feng shui is a Chinese land management system that developed with the rise of Chinese civilization more than 40 centuries ago. The system maps energy flows in the dimensions of time and space. This energy is harnessed to create the living space—homes, buildings, towns, and cities—for people to engage in the appropriate behaviors for better health, wealth, and happiness.

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