A Filipino wedding ceremony comes with many practices and traditions, and among these is laying a cord looped in a figure-eight over the shoulders of the couple. The cord is a symbol of the couple's everlasting bond and love. Sometimes, it is also a way of giving reverence to the rosary, and it can be kept by the bride as a meaningful token after the wedding.
While some couples still go with the traditional knotted cord, some use beaded ones to add a more personal touch to their wedding ceremony. Some of the couples we've featured used wedding cords that range from the traditional to the unconventional, and we've prepared the gallery below to show you!
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