The lasso rosary is a beautiful symbolic sacramental that is first used during the wedding ceremony to bind the couple’s lives together in the eyes of Christ. There are two large loops that comprise the rosary and during the ceremony the first loop is placed around the groom’s shoulders and then second loop around the bride’s shoulders. Mostly used by Hispanic and Pilipino couples, this very old tradition is popular in a modern wedding ceremony.
After the ceremony the couple can then use the rosary to pray together. The lasso rosary itself is comprised of two full 10 decade rosaries each with their own centerpiece medallion. The two individual loops are joined together to share the crucifix and first five prayer beads. The lasso rosaries can be made of varying bead types but the most popular are glass beads and pearl beads.