The traditional ritual of “deploy the dowry”.
A meeting and workshop around the original dowry ceremony that has disappeared over the years from the countryside and in general.
Before the wedding, it was customary to spread out all the dowry items outside the bride’s house, in front of the entire village – bedding, utensils, jewelry, and other intimate items.
In addition, clothes, pillows, tablecloths, and more were sewn and prepared by the village women for the bride for the wedding.
Rima collects from the old village women the dowry treasures they intended to throw away and creates an exhibition illustrating the ancient ritual from original objects.
We will meet women who participated in the ceremony and hear about it in person and in connection with the original objects we will drink tea and taste traditional homemade cookies of the village women.
If you would like to extend the meeting to a particularly colorful event, you can by arrangement arrange a full wedding meal including a bride and groom who will participate in the traditional attire.
The meeting is by prior arrangement and requires a minimum of 5 participants.