THE CHINESE TRADITION OF WEARING QUN KUA BRENDA+MING
One of the highlights in every Chinese tea ceremony is of the donning of the traditional costume, known as “Kua” 褂 worn by the bride.
The Phoenix is an avian in Chinese mythology that symbolizes the union of male and female, and represents the six celestial bodies. It is a sign of virtue, harmony, and prosperity, often seen in decorations for weddings. Besides being a strong reflection of Chinese culture, the red color of the Kua symbolizes luck, happiness and bountiful blessings, which is what all couples yearn for in marriage!
Brenda and Ming hosted this ceremony in their home. The couple serve tea to the elders, relatives and families of both sides. This is followed by the room blessing ceremony with kids jumping on the bed, symbolizes and good wishing for the couple to be blessed with offspring.