Mexican wedding tradition

Mexican wedding tradition

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“As part of the ceremony to symbolize unity, a large loop of rosary beads is placed in a figure eight shape around the necks of the couple after they have exchanged their vows. The specially appointed ‘padrinos’ are in charge of lassoing the couple together. The lasso is then gifted to the bride as a souvenir of her taking the groom’s hand in marriage & symbolizes their commitment to each other.”

“As part of the ceremony to symbolize unity, a large loop of rosary beads is placed in a figure eight shape around the necks of the couple after they have exchanged their vows. The specially appointed ‘padrinos’ are in charge of lassoing the couple together. The lasso is then gifted to the bride as a souvenir of her taking the groom’s hand in marriage & symbolizes their commitment to each other.”

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Mexican Wedding Tradition- money dance

Mexican Wedding Tradition- money dance

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Mexican Wedding Traditions

Mexican Wedding Traditions

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Mexican Wedding Traditions ~ Andrinique Special Events | Andrinique Special Events

Mexican Wedding Traditions ~ Andrinique Special Events | Andrinique Special Events

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cascarones confetti eggs mexican tradition Cascarones for Destination Weddings

cascarones confetti eggs mexican tradition Cascarones for Destination Weddings

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dessert table with traditional mexican sweet bread and pastries

dessert table with traditional mexican sweet bread and pastries

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Mexican wedding traditions date back to ancient Aztec times of the 14th and 15th centuries. Many of the Catholic customs were introduced when the Spanish came to Mexico and conquered the Aztec Empire in 1521. Several of these traditions have been passed down through generations of Mexican families for centuries.

Mexican wedding traditions date back to ancient Aztec times of the 14th and 15th centuries. Many of the Catholic customs were introduced when the Spanish came to Mexico and conquered the Aztec Empire in 1521. Several of these traditions have been passed down through generations of Mexican families for centuries.

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