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Another meaning, which may be even more substantial, is the symbol of the joint loaf of bread, from which it’s necessary to take and give by equal part to each other.
I had a czech guy who tried to "woo" me by bringing me chocolates on my name day (brook is my 'nom de plume' ). But anway, perhaps if your character has a name day or who's name could come close to a name that has an official name day, then maybe that would work as an extra "courting ritual." I am not sure how realistic is that Canadian (who worked in CR) is speaking Czech.
The lucky lady who catches the bouquet is the next one to get married.
Breaking the Plate At the beginning of the Czech wedding reception, a plate is broken at the feet of the bride and groom and they must sweep the chips together.
This tradition has its roots in two superstitions; that chips bring happiness and the newlyweds show a will to cooperate by jointly sweeping the chips away and their marriage will therefore be harmonious.
Eating the soup jointly At the wedding reception, the bride and groom are joined by being covered in a large cloth symbolizing unity, and then finish a bowl of soup using one spoon to symbolize cooperation.