To demonstrate the wedding traditions practiced by Kish natives, we allocated one of the main bedrooms in the house as the Bridal Chamber. According to the local traditions in the area, the Hejleh would be prepared at the bride’s home. A room was completely covered in colorful cloths; mirrors of different sizes; and other decorative items used at the time, and the bride and groom would start their life together in this room. The Hejleh would remain in place for about a month. Tourists can wear traditional clothes in the Hejleh and other parts of the house for taking photos and thus record their memorable moments.