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In Lebanese culture, it is common for the bride and groom to have a pre-wedding gathering called a "tal3a" before heading to the wedding venue. The tal3a, also known as the "zaffeh," is a celebratory procession where family members, friends, and musicians accompany the couple from their respective homes to the wedding venue.

During the tal3a, traditional Lebanese music fills the air as the couple, adorned in their wedding attire, lead the procession. The lively and joyous atmosphere is enhanced by the rhythmic beats of drums, the melodious sounds of instruments like the mijwiz (a traditional reed flute) and tabl (a drum), and the enthusiastic ululations and cheers of the participants.

The tal3a is not only a festive display but also a symbol of the couple's unity and the support they receive from their loved ones. It showcases the couple's excitement and marks the beginning of their journey together as they make their way to the wedding venue, where family and friends eagerly await their arrival to continue the celebration.

The tal3a is a cherished Lebanese wedding tradition that adds a vibrant and memorable element to the overall wedding festivities. It embodies the sense of community, joy, and anticipation that surrounds the couple as they prepare to exchange their vows and embark on their married life.


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