Whether they live in caravans or in houses, young gypsies are not allowed to go out alone without their parents. Marriages are been prepared since they were very young age. It’s the most important moment of their lives. That day, they are queens, and their dresses must be majestic. Gypsies rarely marry in the Church or in the town hall. Rituals rooted in their traditions since the dawn of time are enough. They symbolize respect for their families and their commitment to life. Always grandiose, these marriages must be remembered. They make families famous. Among the gypsies, traditions are sacred and these excessive marriages weld clans forever.