Newly-wed couples take part in traditional Chinese wedding ceremony in Yangzhou

 

Newly-married couples attend a group wedding ceremony in Yangzhou, east China’s

Jiangsu Province, on January 1, 2014. Altogether 13 newly-wed couples took part in

a group wedding of traditional style at Geyuan Garden in Yangzhou on the first day

of 2014.    Photos by Liu Jiangrui

 

A bridegroom rides a horse to greet his bride.   Photo by Meng Delong

 

A well-dressed bride waits for her bridegroom.   Photo by Meng Delong

 

Newly-married couples attend a group wedding ceremony.   Photos by Meng Delong

 

Newly-married couples attend a group wedding ceremony.   Photo by Liu Jiangrui

 

A bride sits in a sedan during a group wedding ceremony.   Photo by Meng Delong

 

Newly-married couples attend a group wedding ceremony.   Photos by Liu Jiangrui

 

Newly-married couples attend a group wedding ceremony.   Photo by Liu Jiangrui

 

A bridegroom carries his bride during the group wedding ceremony.   Photo by Meng Delong

 

A newly-married couple pose for photo during a group wedding ceremony.   Photo by Liu Jiangrui

 

 


 

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