Most Taiwanese grooms go to the bride's home to "get her." Usually the bride's sisters and friends make it difficult on him by playing tricks on him.
Since the three bridesmaids and I needed to start getting ready at 5 AM, we decided that it would be best for all the girls to say here and for Lawrance and his brother to come and "get us" just like tradition. However, unlike tradition, my friends were nice to Lawrance. :)
It was raining, so we decided to use my paper umbrella, which is an icon of his mother's hometown (which is also the first city I lived in when I first moved to Taiwan six years ago). It was the first time my paper umbrella had seen rain. :)
Although unpleasant, the rain provided for some neat photos.
In American folklore, rain on a wedding day means good luck. Do you know what it means in Taiwanese folklore? Guess in the comments and I'll tell you what I was told is the answer in my next post.
Enjoy another flickr slideshow of Abu's photos.