Crying for marriage, as one of Tujia folk customs, bears two kinds of substantial emotions: one is the grief of Tujia girls leaving home as adults, and the other is the carnival celebration triggered as part of the process of celebrating customs. This kind of revelry is often not expressed in the custom of crying for marriage, which is expressed through the spiritual resonance and unconscious participation of family groups. It is extremely difficult to find a traditional crying wedding. Crying wedding is more a folk performance to attract tourists to scenic spots. This article takes the wedding crying custom of Tujia people in western Hubei and the crying performance as the research objects, and compares their revelry characteristics in emotional sources, performance means and participation status, so as to further understand the complex emotions contained in the wedding crying of Tujia people in western Hubei.