El lazo (lasso)

This beautiful white lasso is perfect for use in a Mexican Rope Ceremony also known as a lasso ceremony

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It's likely to be a Catholic wedding. In Mexican Catholic ceremonies, they use a lasso, like the one pictured here, to symbolize the unity of the couple.

This is a really great idea for a photo, use your wedding ring to mark the date!!

We are thinking about incorporating the wedding lasso, a Mexican/Catholic tradition.

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A classic styled wedding jewelry set, perfect for any bride! Pave surround teardrops hang from similar oval jewels. This necklace is 15.25 inches long with a 2

Mexican Wedding Traditions. I need to remember all of these! Especially all the gifts of the Madrinas and Padrinos (i.e. lazo, oro, etc.) Reading back on it, I had forgotten some. Very useful info :)

Wifey is better than bride, that way it can be worn after the wedding too!

My sister-in-law told me about this tradition - interesting. Mexican Weddings

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Gorgeous Lazo I want

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Do it yourself Wedding Cord (Lazo).

Custom Rosary Wedding Lasso, Wedding Lazo Rosary Traditional Hispanic Mexican Wedding Lasso. $85.00, via Etsy.

Mexican Wedding A lazo is a large rosary, a ribbon or a decorated cord that is symbolically draped around the necks or shoulders of the bride and the groom. It is first placed around the groom’s neck or shoulders. It affirms their union and their commitment to always be together side-by-side. The couple wears the lasso throughout the service and at the end of the ceremony; the lasso is removed and is given to the Bride as a keepsake.

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