The Bride’s Dress
A traditional Mexican wedding dress is a beautiful and timeless way to show your commitment. With Spanish elements, these dresses have their roots in Seville Spain where gypsies first started incorporating modern clothing designs into their tradition of wearing romantic ball gowns on special occasions like weddings or strolls down memory lane for the elderly. Today’s brides often go for an array styles that can be translated as “traditional,” adding subtle hints from Mexico such us using veils with contemporary prints – think Dolores Hernandez mantillas -to make it uniquely yours without being too pedantic about labels!
Los Padrinos | Mexican Wedding Sponsors
Los Padrinos is the official term for sponsors at a Mexican Wedding. The bride and groom will handpick their friends/mentors to act as role models during wedding rituals, such as witnessing or participating in mass with them!
The two types are gift givers who give gifts instead of being present like other witnesses do; this could be anything from jewelry through cash donations so it’s up-to each individual what he/she wants his/her sponsor(s) represent him/herself by giving more than just time commitment but also financially too.