On the day when the man of the hour goes to get the lady, everybody in her family goes outside the house and sings a conventional melody saying that they won’t give anyone access. The husband to be needs to ask to be allowed in, and when the lady of the hour’s family at long last concurs, he gives his lady blossoms. She acknowledges the blossoms with a kiss, and afterward they are accompanied by companions and family members to the wedding vehicle.
Knee kissing is one of the more uncommon Ethiopia wedding customs. At the lobby where the wedding is set to happen, the grandparents of the lady and man of the hour, along with old individuals from the more distant family, sit and hang tight for their grandkids to show up. At the point when several gets to the lobby, they approach the older relatives and offer their thanks and on account of them by kissing their knees. Consequently, the grandparents give the couple their gifts. Assuming that the guardians are situated close by, they likewise favor the couple.
Meles is a post-wedding festivity held the second day after the wedding, at night or around evening time. The love birds spruce up in a customary outfit called the Kaba and go to the scene where their folks are holding the occasion. During this occasion, the family goes through the conventional bread-cutting project. In the wake of cutting the bread, the mother of the lady of the hour gives her little girl an epithet that everybody will use in memory of the wedding.