Native american dating rituals
Many couples wear ceremonial clothing for special occasions like weddings, often referred to as regalia.
However, an exchange of rings has become popular in modern times.
This ceremony is simple, with the bride and groom exchanging rings to symbolize eternal love that has no beginning and no end.
There are no specific vows or words that must be said during the exchange of rings, and it can occur at any time during the ceremony.
While wrapped in the blankets, the officiant blesses the couple's union.
The blankets are then removed and the couple wrapped in a single white blanket.
The baskets symbolize the dowries traditionally required to be exchanged by the bride and groom's families. Tribes in the Southeast and Southwest may perform a wedding vase unity ceremony, in which they fill a vase with two holes on either side with water.