If that's not the case, then hopefully they happen to be sincere people with good intentions.In the long run though, if we really think about it living with parent-in-law has it's benefits as well.Although times have changed, and Albanian people have become more lenient and modernized, many principles and traditions have remained the same.
Although now a day every wedding is expensive, I find Albanian weddings to be way too expensive, probably because Albanians go all the way out when it comes to weddings.
As most of you probably know, Albanian people love to show off ( sometimes I guess it’s good, but then other times they turn to drastic measures in order to show off, even if they don’t have the means to).
I’m sure you get it, around 50-75 dollars per person.
We don’t really have wedding gifts brought to the wedding or send to the house.
Plus she gets great gifts, well that does depend on whether she did have a registry or not. In other words, they finally get married, and hopefully live happily ever after.
Frankly for most brides it is hard to have a registry, because they fear that other people will start saying, “she invited us for the gifts, all the things she registered for are expensive, this is a rip off etc. Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to come again.
However, I personally believe that only close minded individuals thing that way, especially old ladies that only have a few months or years in the U.
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Although in most cases, the wife will not be happy about having to live with her in-laws, in most cases she will have to deal with it.