First, let’s take a look at some of the most common Swedish traditions that have been passed down through the generations… The shouting match: The one who really wears the pants in the marriage will say, ‘I do! A Swedish wedding, like any other around the world, is a mix of traditions – old and new.
For an inside perspective on Swedish wedding customs we spoke with Swedish Photographer, Tove Möller Gunnarson, who shared her impressions from behind the lens.
Calling earlier might come across as overeager, especially because power is usually held by the party who shows the least amount of attachment in the US.
In South Korea however, these statistics don’t apply.
I notice, in my work, that a lot of couples in Sweden want to find “their own” style for their wedding day.
Some like to plan it small, to go abroad on a vacation and then maybe plan a small party for their family and friends at home in the garden.
Week Two: A) Spend the entire next week pondering over who should make the next move. C) Repeat Week One, all along pretending that Night One #1 and Night One #2 never happened.On the other side of the spectrum, 80% of American singles would much rather have a conversation on the phone, rather than text after the first date.Also that age-old red flag of the man who lives with his parents, does not apply in South Korea.In fact, it is perfectly normal and expected to text the same night.Not getting in touch right away is usually interpreted as a sign of disinterest.