Question: Who pays for a Filipino wedding?

Filipino Wedding Traditions and Customs. Traditionally the grooms family pays for the wedding and the grandparents act as the primary witnesses or sponsors. The brides gown is often custom made and both the bride and groom wear white.

Do you have to pay a dowry in Philippines?

The dowry, as a norm in the Philippines, is provided by the grooms family. For the Filipino people, marriage is a union of two families, not just of two persons.

Is the father of the bride supposed to pay for the wedding?

Put succinctly, tradition states that the father of the bride is responsible for paying for the wedding. Tradition also states that the grooms family hosts the rehearsal dinner.

What are the Filipino customs of marriage?

Today, a typical Filipino wedding consists of the following rituals: a candle lighting, a coin blessing, a veiling, the tying of the nuptial cord, as well as the throwing of rice grains.

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