Last year, among the excitement of Tartu Hanseatic Days, a brave knight from a country beyond seas and his chosen one, a lovely young lady of the town got married. The young couple is still doing very well. The beautiful wedding is remembered by many and the bridal bouquet was caught by a girl from Tartu.
When Tartu Hanseatic Days started looking for a fitting couple for this year’s wedding, there came hand in hand a young man and a girl, just about to receive their university diplomas, dance steps learnt and planning to start a family.
Knowing how fun it is to revel together, a plan was made that this year, too, our mayor will give his personal blessing to the couple’s everlasting union at Tartu Dancing Hanseatic Days, on the Town Hall Square at five on Saturday afternoon, and all visitors of the Hanseatic Days and other dancers will have a chance to cheer for the happy pair and wish them lots of marital bliss.
On this important occasion, all wishing to personally congratulate the newlyweds, would be decent to bring a flower or even a more substantial gift with them.
To acknowledge the best congratulators, the bride and groom intend to share gifts of their own for luck and auction a couple of bits and pieces for those wishing to get their part.
The best musicians, singers and dancers arriving from the old European countries will perform in the honour of the wedding guests on the Town Hall Square.
We also have plans to perpetuate the gathering company, i.e. photograph them as is possible, if the necessary technology is quick enough to evolve by that time.
Tartu City Museum will make a record of the couple’s happy moments and organise their going down to history in the best available manner.
Dear townspeople and guests from afar! Please attend the wedding party so that we can together praise the bride and groom's virtues and wish them an abundant life!
|A wedding in a Hanseatic town|