Product DescriptionAdding the wedding lasso to your special day? St. Patrick's Guild is pleased to offer this gold-plated wedding lasso so that your wedding can include a beautiful and rich tradition. Historic origins of the wedding lasso come from Spain and now are a romantic Mexican custom. The wedding lasso encompasses powerful symbolism for the bridal couple. Originally, a fresh flower wedding lasso was placed over the couple to represent prosperity and fertility. Catholics introduced using a large rosary since the word rosary means, 'garland of roses' in Latin. Our wedding lasso is 36 inches in length and is made with 3/8 inch pearl beads for a lovely representation of the couple's love and looks stunning in any ceremony setting.
Using the wedding lasso after your vows are exchanged to show union and protection of your marriage is meaningful to everyone attending your service. The bride is usually given the wedding lasso afterwards as a tangible symbol of her new role of being the lady of her husband's heart and home. Together the bride and groom using a wedding lasso as part of their special day openly declare to 'always stand by each other and equally share the responsibilities of being married'.
Large Wedding Lasso Rosary: 36"; 3/8" pearl beads