Bridegroom Dress.

Tamil grooms usually wear silk shirts, vesti and salvai along with a beautifully set headgear made of silk clothe on their traditionally held Jaffna weddings. Garland made of made of fresh flowers used to be worn around his neck along with a big pendant attached gold chain are the other things that are given to them prior to the ceremony.

On their legal marriage registration ceremony the Bride groom usually wears a 6 pieces suit with best pair of selected fine black or brown shoes. Some Grooms prefer shirt with a silk tie for the wedding registration, which used to take place normally prior to their ceremonial religious wedding or in the evening on the ceremonial religious wedding day if it takes place in the morning.

Today as the Tamil cinema movie trends affects everyone's life, the young grooms too used to select North Indian dresses for their wedding ceremonies like kurtha. These Indian wedding suits come in vivid colors and styles with a vast selection.

These are called as.

Wedding clothes used to be made to fit the groom in advance of the wedding day. Also it can be bought readymade according to the person's size from a textile shop or can be ordered through online web sites which are selling bridal dresses. Mean while there are plenty of shops in Colombo that used to rent out bridegroom dresses and head turban (Thalaippagai) for the marriage ceremony. The rent out rate applies per day. Even they offer fake pathakkan changili too for the groom to wear on his big ceremonial day.

Most of the well to do families in Srilanka used to make their trip to India and buy those wedding clothes altogether to their close relatives too along with the groom.

Other weddings in Sri Lanka.

As for the dress of the marriage registration the groom selects a simple full sleeved shirt, one stylish pant, a silk tie and a new pair of polished shoes. Some Bride grooms select an expensive western style full wedding suite to match the Bride's saree at the ceremony.

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