Reverened Michael Summers

Blessing of the Wedding Coins

“Reverend Michael & Diane, Thank you so much for making our day so special. We are so happy that you were involved in celebrating our marriage.” With love, –Ceire and Sean Maguire

blessing of the wedding coinsBlessing of the Wedding Coins

The blessing of the wedding coins originated in Spain and is a popular Hispanic tradition. Thirteen gold coins are offered to the bride by the bridegroom, signifying his willingness to support her.

Blessing of the Wedding Coins
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THE CEREMONIAL TRICKLING OF THE COINS REPRESENTS THE BRIDE AND GROOMS PROMISE TO PROVIDE FOR EACH OTHER AND THEIR FAMILY TOGETHER, AS WELL AS THEIR DEDICATION FOR EACH OTHERS WELFARE.  IT ALSO SYMBOLIZES THEIR INTENTION FOR THE WEALTH, PROSPERITY, AND SECURITY THAT THEY WILL BUILD AND SHARE AS A FAMILY.

(NAME OF THE COIN BEARER) ———WILL PRESENT THE COINS.

I BLESS THESE COINS / ARRAS AS A SIGN OF MUTUAL SUPPORT AND RESPONSIBILITY. ——–&———-(COUPLE)PLEASE REPEAT AFTER ME.

I GIVE YOU THESE COINS—AS A PLEDGE—OF MY DEDICATION TO YOU—THE CARE OF OUR HOME—AND THE WELFARE OF OUR CHILDREN.  AND SO IT IS.

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