Latin Bridal Practices Explained

There are so many distinctive and substantial norms to include in your great day if you’re planning a wedding with Latinx lineage. There are many approaches to recognize and promote your tradition with your loved ones, from El Lazo to Las Arros.

The aval meeting, which embodies the child’s unity, is one of the most well-known pre-marriage Latin American customs. It involves a thread, which is typically light, being draped around the bride and groom’s heads by two people—lo padrino and la madrina. The aval is then blessed during the wedding festival by a pastor or minister. The partners therefore keeps the aval as a reminder of how they came together in their house.

The arras matrimoniales are another marriage service ritual, and they’re quite common in Mexico, Spain, and additional Latin American locations. The man presents his wife with 13 gold pennies, which represent Christ and the 12 prophets, and they’re blessed during the bridal meeting by the pastor. The man also presents his wedding with the somme as a indicator that he will continue to support her and their household.

Additional wedding cultures include the lazo service, where a fabric rope—usually an huge rosary—is draped around the wife and couple’s hips after their commitments are exchanged. Also popular in Costa Rica, Cuba, and other tropical places is the money boogie, where guests can»pin» bills on the child’s breasts. It’s fun to say thank you to your guests for their help and enjoy in this custom.

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