Dating and marriage customs in portugal dating after my husbands death
In fact in Portugal, there is a saying, “De Espanha, nem bom vento nem bom casamento” which can be roughly translated to mean that “From Spain, neither good wind nor good marriage (will result)”.
Historically the Spanish - from Castilla, to be precise – were a recurrent threat to the Portuguese people.
Read on below for all you need to know about getting married in Portugal...
All documentation must be original and endorsed with an Apostille stamp (an Apostille Stamp authenticates documents executed outside of Portugal, such as a birth certificate, so that it will be recognised as genuine for use in other countries).
We have shown some gorgeous Portuguese weddings from Vali and Niklas's Vineyard wedding to more recently the super fun and stylish wedding of Marny and Lachy.
Both quite different but both out in the open air without a fear of rain like in good ole Ireland.
If you've been thinking of tying the knot abroad, less than three hours away why not sunny and accessible Portugal?
When meeting friends, men embrace and pat one another on the back, and women kiss both cheeks.
Also if you are introduced to your guy’s friends or family, shake hands with everyone present--men, women and children and again shake hands again when leaving.
Gorgeous looking Like other men from Mediterranean lands, Portuguese guys too are mostly endowed with the intense beauty of dark hair and dark eyes.