CULTURAL TRADITIONS: JAPANESE CRANE CEREMONY

Weddings (and marriage!) are all about longevity, honesty, and life long happiness. This is exactly why the Japanese tradition at weddings is to send off 1,000 paper cranes.Typically, cranes choose one partner for life and they are also known to live longer than most.Is there aa betteranimalthan one that symbolizes loyalty and life-long love? We think not!The cranes are typically given to the couple by the father of the bride to represent 1,000 years of happiness and prosperity to the couple. The cranes beautifully create the foundations of a long andprosperousmarriage for the newlyweds.

Japanese Crane Ceremony

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