Hawaii Wedding Story 

1535 pensacola st. unit C5. Honolulu HI 96822


tel. +1-808-436-5264






     We offer everything you need for the PyeBaek ceremony.

  • All the decorative model foods for the table and table cloths

  • A beautiful folding screen, traditional cushions and mats

  • A pair of carved wooden ducks (symbol of a harmonious marriage),

  • Korean dates, chestnut

  • Korean wine, a kettle and cups for serving the parents

  •  Pye Baek costume, accessories and little hair & make up touch up for couple

  •  Two assistants for the bride

  • Our MC will direct the ceremony(Kor&Eng).

Pyebaek is a Korean wedding custom that is traditionally held a few days after the official ceremony, with only family members present. The ceremony begins with the older couple seated on cushions behind a table in front of a painted screen, with the newlyweds opposite them. The newlyweds perform a deep bow which begins standing and ends with the newlyweds pressing their foreheads to their hands while kneeling on the floor. The bride may present the groom's parents with Dae-Chu (Korean dates) and chestnuts, which symbolize children. A variation will have the newlyweds offering cups of Korean wine, usually cheongju. The bride offers the cup to the father, and the groom offers the cup to the mother. Sometimes the parents will then also offer the newlyweds cups of cheongju or soju. The older couple then shares some wisdom on marriage from their advanced experience. Finally they will throw the Dae-Chus and chestnuts back at the bride and groom, who have to try catching them with a bride’s long hand scarf.

              Modern Korean weddings have incorporated the Pyebaek ceremony after the wedding ceremony. The original Pyebaek was exclusively for the groom's side of the family to be introduced to the new family member, the bride. In current day Korean weddings, they have also allowed for the Pyebaek ceremony to be with the brides side of the family also.