The auspicious timing for my wedding is between 7am - 12pm. This means that the Chinese ritual (接新娘，敬茶， etc) must be done within this timing. However, does our ROM (signing of marriage certificate) need to be within this timing too? Because we plan to have our ROM and AD on the same day. Could our ROM be in the evening before the dinner reception as suggested by the wedding planner?
I’ve seek advice from my mum’s to-go geomancer in regards to my Actual Day.
Before going to him, I’ve checked online in regards to the dates and saw that 11th July is a no-no as fiancé and I are both born in the year of Rooster in 1993. However, he told us that 11th & 18th July are very auspicious dates that we can look at. So we actually have our doubts and went with 18th instead, as that’s one of the auspicious dates I saw online too..
Acc to him, 18th July clashes with Tiger, but again, the online one indicates that 18th July clashes with Dragon instead.. Appreciate if you can advise us in regards to the clashing part..
Also understand that auspicious timing on 18th is between 9-11am, does that means that gatecrashing should start at 9am or earlier?
Groom: Rooster, 9 Dec 1993
Bride: Rooster 19 Nov 1993
My fiancé and I are planning to get married on 10 Oct 2020. Is there an auspicious timing for gatecrash and to pick bride up after day break?
We are both Teochews and we read that it’s bad luck to for bride to see sunlight before the groom picks her up. Just wondering if there’s an alternative timing instead of having to gatecrash before 7am.
Our details as follows:
Groom chinese zodiac - Rabbit (time of birth - early in the morning)
Bride chinese zodiac - Ox (time of birth 7.20am GMT8)
Both our parents are born on the same chinese zodiac year
Father - Horse
Mother - Rooster
Thank you for the reply! Is there any suitable dates or Saturdays that are good for marriage in 2021 between September to November that doesn't clash with any of the family zodiac signs? (Preferrably October if there's a good date)
Bride's Zodiac: Horse / Goat (born before CNY but after LiChun)
Groom's Zodiac: Horse