In Thailand, marriage customs are a community event. Relationships may be arranged by parents, and a wedding must win the respect of both his bride’s and his own families. This can be seen in the dowry, also known as Sin Sod, and the custom of giving the bride’s family gifts of cash and metal. This custom is regarded as a sign of the couple’s social standing and success.

A couple may ask an unusual number of monks to their home on the wedding day to participate in Rod Nam Sang, a unique blessing ritual. The newlyweds will receive liquid blessing from the priests, who also wish them happiness and success in their marriage.

Procession of Khan Maak

The groom and his family will lead a parade to the couple’s home on the wedding day with plates of meal, plants, and other items. The members in this festive and enjoyable service sing songs to the beat of much Thai drum. Sin Sod, cash, another gifts, betel nuts, perfume sticks, candles, grains, and other opportune items that stand for passion, success, longevity, or fertility are all included in the trays.

An elder from the couple’s family likely put a customary headpiece made of cotton on the bride and groom after they have passed the gates of the wedding home. The two eyes are next looped jointly with a particularly prepared whitened thread called“ sai monkhon,“ which represents that even though they are joining as one, they will always be separate institutions