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La Ceremonia del Lazo

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Kendra Trotter

on 9 April 2014

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Background Information
This tradition is usually associated with Hispanic and Filipino families. Lasso sometimes called, "lazo"This is usually done by the officiant, however, family members can also take part in this ritual. The couple wears the lasso throughout the remainder of the service. or rope is placed around the bride and groom's shoulders (groom's shoulder's first) in the form of an "8" (the infinity symbol) - after they have exchanged their vows - to symbolize their everlasting union.
The Lazo
Crystal & Flower Lazo
When is the lazo removed?
After the prayer and before either attempts to rise, at the end of the ceremony, the lasso is removed by the same people who put it on and given to the bride as a memento of her becoming the mistress of the groom's heart and home
Ceremony Video
The lazo is sometimes made of rosary beads, white ribbon, orange flowers, fabric, silver, crystal or painted wood. It can also be placed around the couple's necks, or wrists. If you have children; they may also be included as they will definitely be a part of the new family.


La Ceremonia del Lazo
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By: Kendra Trotter
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