Because family is so important, it is not a surprise that most Fijian couples have large families, generally with two or more children.
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Very few people will marry without their family's approval as this can lead to an individual being excommunicated from their family and town.
Once a Fijian couple marries they are officially viewed as adult members of the community as they are given mats and other items to begin their lives together in one home.
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Once a couple decides to marry (and today most couples make this decision although arranged marriages do still exist), they have a wedding ceremony.
Many of the Fijians will get married in a church or another venue with family and friends present, while the Indians tend to get married in a temple or elsewhere that is more representative of their religion (most of the Indians in Fiji are Hindu).