The Volta River and its basin forms the major drainage feature; it originates in the north along two widely dispersed branches and flows into the sea in the eastern part of the country near the Togolese border.The Volta has been dammed at Akosombo, in the south, as part of a major hydroelectric project, to form the Lake Volta.Bridesmaids are not a traditional part of Spanish weddings, but with Hollywood's influence, they are becoming so.At the reception, the head table is traditionally set for 6: the bride, the groom and their parents.The use of the mantilla (a form of headdress) as an everyday accessory goes back to the XVII century, but the custom has been lost and the mantilla is now sometimes worn by older generations as part of a costume or in religious ceremonies.However, the mantilla is making a comeback in modern times as part of a young bride's wedding attire: brides who want a traditional wedding are opting to wear the traditional lace mantilla instead of a (unity coins), which represent his commitment to support her.
In that con, businessmen were contacted by an individual allegedly trying to smuggle someone connected to a wealthy family out of a prison in Spain.
Some of the customs are similar, such as throwing rice, but others are less familiar.
In line with most social events in Spain, most Spanish weddings start late (often the ceremony won't start until 7 p.m.) and finish very, very late (or early, depending on how you look at it).
However, times have now changed and today's brides and grooms exchange the coins as a symbol of the wealth and finances they will equally share.
In Spain, the (wedding ring) is worn on the ring finger of the right hand.