Waiting for the Bridegroom
A boy waits for the bridegroom with a tea tray at the gate of the bride's home. After getting out of the bridal car, the bridegroom gives him a red envelope with money inside out of appreciation. Then he enters the yard.
Veiling the Bride
Before leaving, the bride kneels to bid farewell to her parents. Then her father covers her head with the red veil and delivers his daughter to the bridegroom. The bridegroom bows before his parents-in-law.
The bride's parents splash a water balloon behind the departing bridal car, which signifies they won't interfere in their daughter's affairs as she doesn't belong to their family any longer. Just like the splashed water, she is out of their control. They also spread rice behind the car, wishing their daughter affluence after marriage.
Throwing a Fan
When the bridal car sets off, the bride throws a fan out of the window, which means avoiding taking her bad temper with her to her parents-in-law's home. Then the fan is picked up by the bride's brother.
Receiving the Bride
As soon as the bridal car arrives at the gate of the bridegroom's home, an elder puts a bamboo sifter on the bride's head, leads her out of the bridal car, and accompanies her when they enter the yard.