In some countries, we can find to find a good balance between the two traditions.
The family is undoubtedly at the heart of marriage traditions in all countries in Central America.
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This is not the case with weddings in countries in Central America where weddings are generally joyous spectacles.
To illustrate this, we could speak of traditional weddings in Belize although this small Central American country is not Spanish-speaking but instead English, which makes it different from others in many ways.
Weddings in Central America are an opportunity to organize large feasts where family and friends are invited but often neighbors and friends of friends.
In some countries, marriages are a chance to celebrate but they are more sober and calmer.
Central America is much more than just a place filled with trees, rivers and lakes where traveling can be quier inexpensive.