Weddings in Colombia have a common point with the Spanish-speaking world, although it has its own peculiarities.
A wedding in Colombia can be similar to a wedding in Spain or Mexico, but have little to do with a wedding in Japan or the United Kingdom.
There are some traditions like despedidad bachelor / a, the position occupied by the parties on the altar, the earnest, the veil that are also common traditions at weddings held in Spain.
In Colombia there is a traditional wedding cake is called ponqué and which originated as current pies in a tradition that was to break bread at the head of the bride. Was subsequently evolved to become modern cakes we know.
It is also common in the Colombian weddings break the glasses and then save the crystals. It is also a tradition that the bride and groom have a wedding photobooth to save the precious moments of the wedding.