A wedding lasso rosary, also called el lazo, is an oversized rosary, large enough to be entwined (lassoed) around the couple getting married. The "lassoing" act is widely used in Hispanic culture, a symbol of unifying the couple together in marriage for their entire lives, reminding them they share the responsibility of marriage and raising a family. The use of rosary beads in this ritual is also significant; using a rosary reflects that the bride and groom are forever bound together in unity by God.
Ladder Lasso Rosary
Material: Imit. Glass Pearl/Silver Plate
Size: 7 mm Bead, 42" L, 4" Crucifix