Morocco, is the country with very rich and active traditions. Like other cultures of the world, a Moroccan wedding is a great gala event. It’s celebrated with great fun and festivity.
This ceremony begin with henna painting
where the bride’s hands and feet are painted with intricate and geometric designs to ward off evil spirits, bring good luck and increase fertility.
The bride is not expected to do any housework until her henna has faded.
Moroccan brides always wear elaborate headpieces and veils for the wedding.
Nowadays modern Moroccan weddings usually take place at big villas at night or other fascinating Morocco property that are solely rented out for weddings. Very often during the reception, the groom makes his way in a noisy procession to collect his bride. When he enters the house, he is hoisted onto the shoulders of his friends or onto a horse and his bride is carried on a table or cushion. This procession usually continues until the couple reaches the nuptial chamber.
After Henna painting, the real ceremony begins with song and dance.The couple follow and the bride, dressed in a white caftan with matching jewelry, heads to a large chair "the Amariya” along with her groom. Four strong men carry the Amaria around the wedding room, so every guest gets to see and wish the couple happiness and good luck. After a few minutes of touring the large guest room, accompanied by music from a live traditional band, the couple is descended from Amariya to sit in two comfortable chairs strategically centered in the room, where wedding guests get to have their pictures taken with the couple. Throughout the ceremony, the bride changes outfits, adorning a selection superb caftans justifying the reputation of Moroccan marriages.
The bride can wear as many as seven different outfits.
Events such as drink receptions & dinners could be held in nearby restaurants or Hotels - many of which are stunningly decorated and very different from anything in Russia .
Agadir is an important fishing and commercial port, the first sardine port in the world, .It is also a seaside resort with a long sandy beach. Because of its large buildings, wide roads, modern hotels, and European-style cafés Agadir is not a typical city of traditional Morocco,but it is a modern, busy and dynamic town. Agadir is famous for its sea food and agriculture
Located along the Atlantic Ocean,
Agadir has a very temperate climate. The daytime temperature generally stays in the 20s °C every day,with the winter highs typically reaching 20.7°C in Dec/Jan
Casablanca is Morocco's largest city as well as its chief port. It's also the biggest city in the Maghreb region. Casablanca Is considered the economic and business center of Morocco. Modern and full of life, the White City incarnates the very essence of Morocco's modernity and dynamism. As a major city, Casablanca has now become a true platform for innovation and exchange. You can't help but fall under the charms of its contemporary architecture and the breathtaking view of the great Hassan II mosque.
Casablanca is pretty famous for its night life, though it is not as booming – it’s mixed reviews. Many club have fantastic spots to drink and jam. Pubs are bars like those who La Bodega and Kasbar are terribly fashionable .