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Manila Brides | Why Choose Manila Brides for Marriage

Sexy, beautiful, elegant, sophisticated—these are the qualities that make Manila brides desirable to most foreign men. A unique mixture of different cultures and traditions have made women in Manila one of the most sought-after brides in the world. Not only are they beautiful, but these women are also very capable when it comes to building and nurturing a family.

Manila singles are mostly petite with a small build. Foreign men find this cute stature attractive as it is rare for them to see women in the west of the same height. Hooking up in Manila is not difficult due to the fact that most of these women are smart and are able to understand and speak fluent English.

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Qualities That Make Women in Manila More Desirable for Marriage

Women in Manila are more than just a pretty face. You know it. These ladies also have qualities that make them perfect wives. A good upbringing has made Filipinas very friendly and caring. They are very respectful of their elders and are also known for their hospitality.

Not only that, Manila women can be content with a simple life where they can do household chores and take care of the family, which is just what most foreign men are looking for—a loving and responsible wife.

The Values of Women in Manila

The Manila dating scene has not changed since the Spanish era. Though the image of Maria Clara has been faintly forgotten by the newer generations, the values that have been inculcated in every Filipino’s hearts remain the same through the ages.

For a better understanding of Filipino culture, here are some values that, to this day and age, are still very prolific in every Filipino’s everyday life:

  • Hospitality
  • Filipinos are renowned for their hospitality. From the moment you step foot on Philippine land, you will be greeted by smiling Filipinos who warmly welcome you to the country. This culture of hospitality extends even to individual Filipino homes where they welcome even strangers to their abode and usually offer them snacks and something to drink.

  • Respect for elders
  • Women in Manila grew up with the value of respect, especially for elders. Through simple gestures such as saying “po” or “opo” to elders, Filipinos are able to incorporate respect in their daily lives. A Filipino’s sense of respect is not limited to the elders though as Filipinos are also very respectful to one another.

  • Discipline
  • Women in Manila are well disciplined. They do household chores and help out around the house. The reason why most foreign men find Manila women the perfect wives is because they are not afraid to play the role of a wife. They take care and nurture the family, while taking care of household work as well. Most women in Manila are happy to be stay-at-home moms and take care of everything for the husband.

  • Love for family
  • Family is, no question, the most important part of every Filipino’s life. They work and toil just so they can provide for their families. The Filipino’s love for their family is evident in how they treat other family members. Most Filipino families are made up of extended families that are composed of generation upon generation of relatives. This system ensures that even when a family member gets too old to take care of him/herself, or perhaps has a problem that he/she cannot overcome alone, the other extended family members will be able to help out.

These values are what make Filipinos who they are. No matter how other cultures influence the way Filipinos live their lives, these values will always remain in their hearts.

Distinct Philippine Wedding Traditions

In the Philippines, a wedding is an important chapter in every woman’s life. It is the time when they leave their parent’s care and offer their lives to their husbands. In this regard, both families do everything to make their son’s/daughter’s future lives successful and fruitful.

This is where customary wedding traditions come into play. These wedding traditions are practiced to make sure the future family will have good luck and good fortune.

Here are some of these wedding traditions that are still being practiced by Filipinos to this day:

  • Pamamanhikan
  • Pamamanhikan is a unique Filipino tradition wherein the groom-to-be and his family, usually the parents, visit the bride-to-be’s home and formally ask permission from her parents for her hand in marriage. Both families would talk about wedding plans and preparations like the wedding date, venue, expenses, and such. Both families then agree on what has been decided. Usually, the groom stays behind when his family leaves and he sleeps at the bride-to-be’s home, though both remain in separate rooms.

  • Bachelor/Stag party and Bachelorette Party
  • This is a wedding tradition that the west has influenced. Before the wedding, the groom and his mates party out as a farewell to his being single. A bachelorette party is the bride’s version of the tradition. Strippers are usually involved, as it is the last time the bride or groom will be able to experience such a party before being wed and committing themselves to each other.

  • Tossing Rice
  • Most Asian countries practice this tradition of tossing rice at the newlyweds after the wedding ceremony. Tossing rice is said to symbolize rain which brings prosperity and good fortune to the newlyweds.

  • Money Dance
  • This tradition may have originated in Europe around the early twentieth century. During this time, the emcee of the wedding reception would announce the event and the bride would dance, customarily, with the best man where he would put money inside a purse that the bride is carrying or into the pockets of an apron she dons. In the Philippines, there are slight changes where it is the groom and the bride that would dance on the dance floor and guests would pin or tape bills onto the bride’s dress and the groom’s clothes. This tradition symbolizes good fortune for the new family.

Traditions define people and mold future generations. With the help of family, all these practices will be handed down from generation to generation in hopes that future families will have a better life together.

With your knowledge of Manila culture and traditions, you should now have a better understanding of how Filipino families work. If you want to experience these traditions personally, then it is high time for you to join us, sign up, and meet hundreds of beautiful Manila brides! You won’t regret entrusting your future to our topnotch matchmaking services!

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