(Closed) Vietnamese Tea Ceremony

posted 5 years ago in South East Asian
Post # 3
188 posts
Blushing bee

Commenting to follow. Also, I’m Filipino and my SO is Vietnamese, and we’ve talked about doing the ceremony as well. I’ll ask him if he has any idea about it as his sister did one when she got married. 

Post # 4
603 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

Typically depends on how many “mam qua” you guys have. The typical ones are 1 for tea, 1 for xoi, 1 for fruit, 2 for roasted pig,  best man carries wine in a tray, groomsmen carry bouquet (1 guy carry 2 for Maid/Matron of Honor since Bridesmaid or Best Man is carrying wine) You have as many receiving girls as you have guys. Depending on how big your family is, sometimes the trays are doubled since traditionally, the groom’s family will take home half of the gifts when they pick up the bride after the tea ceremony at her house for a tea ceremony at his house. 

Post # 5
21 posts
  • Wedding: May 2014

@mrsapham:  sorry this is SUPER late — but i’m having a traditional viet tea ceremony too, and my parents said to have an even number of people b/c it’s supposedly better luck. Works out because we’ve got 4 groomsmen & 4 bridesmaids!

Post # 6
999 posts
Busy bee

Definitely an even number is preferred to an odd number. But all the weddings I have ever been to it is usually 6 or 8. But it does depend on what is being given. I know one friend wedding I went to had either 10 or 12 so it just depends.

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