Bride in Pink Leads Big Bike Motorcade to Her Wedding, Groom Follows Behind

The wedding day is one of the most feminine days a woman could ever have. Even brides who rarely wear dresses on regular days actually dress up and wear a white gown for the momentous occasion. But one bride in Singapore defied this unspoken ‘rule’ as she leads a parade of big bikes to her wedding!

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

Awesome Bride

Netizens could not help but express admiration over this bride who led the big bike motorcade to her wedding! In a video posted by Venga Das, the bride rode a yellow Kawasaki and leads the parade wearing a pink outfit.

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

Mind you, she’s wearing stilettos! Her big bike also had a yellow garland on the left as decoration and tell-tale sign that this isn’t an ordinary big bike motorcade.

Following the bride are her bridesmaids and wedding entourage, most in big bikes as well.

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

Submissive Groom?

The groom follows the bride’s lead. Many are saying that this is not right because it appears that he is a submissive groom. After all, in Singapore and nearby places, wedding processions are led by the groom!

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

The bride is supposed to wait at the wedding venue as the groom makes his way with a convoy, leading the procession and dancing to the beat of the dhol drum.

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

bride in big bike

Photo credit: Venga Das / Facebook

But while this big bike motorcade appears to be out of custom, a lot of netizens actually love it! Many don’t think that this one is a submissive groom but more of a man who loves his soon-to-be wife so much that he is willing to see and treat her as his equal. That’s more like it, huh?

Check out this impressive video:

Only in Singapore.Wedding.. first bike is the BRIDE…ponnu

Posted by Venga Das on Sunday, February 23, 2020

What is a Groom Parade?

Also known as the Baraat, the groom parade is a wedding procession led by the groom. Oftentimes, the groom’s horse or vehicle is decorated with flowers. The procession, with the groom in the lead and followed by family members and friends, starting from the groom’s house to the meeting place or wedding venue.

There, the bride is waiting. The groom receives a garland and walks towards his bride so that the ceremony can start.

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