Catholic Wedding Lassos
The history of
el lazo de boda, or wedding lasso, dates back to olden Spanish tradition. Now it is common practice that during a wedding ceremony, traditionally after the vows, the newlyweds kneel together for a special prayer. The padrino and madrina, or godparents, place the lazo around the couple in the shape of a number eight, or infinity sign, as a symbol of the lifetime commitment they are about to embark on.
The wedding lassos and religious goods at Details & Traditions are handcrafted with Swarovski crystals in a variety of stone cuts and shapes. You will find heart-shaped or round crystals adorned in an elegant string adjoined with a sterling silver cross. The cross rests in the center of the lasso to symbolically join the bride and groom. Choose a
lazo that speaks to the couple’s taste or wedding theme. Whichever you choose, rest assured we placed the same amount of love and care into each one.