Lets talk about wedding tradition in different countries.
First topic I want to initiate with Jewish tradition celebrating in Chuppah. During wedding ceremony a Jewish couple stand inside of this installation. It consists of a cloth or sheet, sometimes a tallit, stretched or supported over four poles, or sometimes manually held up by attendants to the ceremony. A Chuppah symbolizes the home that the couple will build together. In a spiritual sense, the covering of the Chuppah represents the presence of God over the covenant of marriage. As the kippah served as a reminder of the Creator above all, so the Chuppah was erected to signify that the ceremony and institution of marriage has divine origins.
Many Hasidim recommends that there be open sky exactly above the Chuppah, even prefer to conduct the entire ceremony outdoors. It is said that the couple’s ancestors are present at the Chuppah ceremony.
As far back as 150–200 years ago newlyweds often met for the first time already under the Chuppah.
The Jews of Poland, Austria and Bohemia at one time decided to put up a Chuppah on Friday to combine a festive dinner with a Saturday meal and thereby save a little.
The Jews of the Caucasus and India (VII-XI centuries) agreed that the bridegroom would give the bride an engagement ring (or coin) in a glass of wine, which she drank under the Chuppah, while saying: “Now, you are dedicated to me with this glass and what’s in it.”
What I know about Chuppah that the wish that you have made under it comes true! I tried it for myself and you check it for your own! So next time, while you visiting Jewish wedding ceremony, comes to Chuppah after newlyweds and think about most sacred wish with open heart and clear mind and wait for a little!