The wedding towels for godparents, distinguished aged people and honored guests differed
from area to area, from village to village, from a housewife to another. In the north they were mainly
striped, embroidered and had pointed edges, in the center - the so called plaidtowels were often
embroidered and adorned with laceon3-4 sides. In the south people used selected towels with silk threads.
The bride`s towel was particularly beautifully embroidered. All the towels were made with high
craftsmanship andexquisite taste for a long time.
For the bride`s dessert the bride`s mother prepared a beautiful embroideredand crocheted tablecloth
and napkins. Also the wedding kerchief was preparedas well as bridesmaid, maid of honor and
groomsman`s kerchiefs and four kerchiefs on the buns whichwere put on the forgiveness table of the
bride and groom. The girls were taught to embroider at home and at school.
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