Latin Wedding Beliefs

While you and your lover may want your wedding to be entirely their own, it’s important to respect your history by adding some significant customs from your own. In addition to giving your festival, welcome, and general practice more depth and significance, you can also support your visitors understand the lifestyle you share with them.

A boleada de oro, in which a man presents his bride with 13 gold coins as Christ’s and his 12 apostles, demonstrates her commitment to supporting her husband and their home. It is a fairly traditional Spanish custom. While this is n’t normally a part of most cathedral- sure wedding ceremonies, you can also include it in a legal ceremony.

The la hora username, or” Crazy Hour,” occupies a special location in countless Latin American civilizations. A riot of colour, noise-makers, light-up props, confetti, and more is brought to the stage to spark the bash, raising everyone back to an even higher level of electricity than they started with during this period of time after all other formal elements of the evening have taken place and the lights dark for a moment.

This is an awesome way to keep the fun going at a wedding, especially if you are planning your big day to fall on Halloween. A few hand-made Batman masks and flapper headpieces can be a creative way to incorporate the theme and provide entertainment for your guests during this wild celebration.