Dating and marriage customs in france
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My daughter Leyla was – it was her first time, so it was a big deal for her!Here she is, to the left of the picture :-) We do have witnesses to the wedding: minimum one and maximum two per person to be wed, so between 2 and 4 total.
When they spend time alone together, the girl and the boy don’t go out for dinner, they just go for a walk or chill at home, which is really different from the formal dating process I see in American movies. We don’t ask people out, especially if we don’t know them well.
If you are part of the lucky few, there will be an additional card in the letter, inviting you to the , the meal.
You do need to RSVP, so the wedding party can know exactly how many people are coming, and order food and prepare the table plan accordingly.
But it doesn’t matter who says it first, when, or why.
And when “je t’aime” becomes a regular sentence pronounced in the relationship, it will also be kept private: I’ve never heard some of my friends who have been together for years say “I love you” to each other. Our cultural differences start from the little things, and I find it beyond intriguing to see how the country we live in influences even the way we act in our love life.
We usually favor younger children: age 5 to…12 maybe.
The kids may hold the train, hold the rings, open the way with petals…
You will never, in France, find a guy you don’t know show any romantic interest in you if you have not been introduced by a mutual friend.
And when we do ask our love interest if he wants to have a relationship, it’s because we already kissed or at least gotten really close. There’s no such thing as DTR (Defining The Relationship) because exclusivity is implied.
The boyfriend/girlfriend gets introduced to the family only if the couple has been dating for a few months, and we usually don’t talk about our love life with our parents.
A couple doesn’t need to make their relationship public; lots of people keep it a secret for weeks to see if it’s working before even telling their closest friends.
It’s all about social codes, and I hope you enjoyed learning about the ones of where I’m from!