(Closed) Incorporating Arras and Lazos if your church does not allow them?

posted 10 years ago in Latino
Post # 3
972 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I don’t see why they wont allow it. You should be able to incorporate your traditions as well. I don’t really know of any equivalents. Our priest was british and he was totally cool with letting us do it.

Post # 5
73 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

We’re having a Destination Wedding in Miami and the church where we will be marrying only allows the lazo and nothing else that is not a part of the traditional mass.

If you have the same problem, I would suggest you ask if you can do the lazo instead of the crowns or do both together since it’s already a part of the ceremony and the arras, I would think of doing it during the reception.

Since we’re having our reception on a cruise after our mass, we’re having a short “ceremony” on the ship to satisfy Carnival’s requirements, so we’ll use this time for someone close to us to say some words of wisdom then we’re doing the unity candle and the arras.

Hope this helps!  Best of luck!

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