2. Wedding Traditions

One of the traditions associated with a wedding in Mexico is that of the priest giving thirteen gold coins to the groom, who then offers them to his bride.

This Mexican custom represents Jesus Christ and his twelve apostles and symbolizes the willingness of the groom and his capability to care for his future wife during their marriage.

It is also one of the traditions of Mexico that Godparents are part of a marriage ceremony and give the couple a Bible and a rosary.

They are the sponsors of the wedding and the benefactors of the bride and groom.

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