On the higher end of the social structure the more the parents pay, the more humble the couple, the less their parents are left with this responsibility, and in many cases that has to do with new generations having more and better opportunities and resources.
Madrinas y Padrinos In Mexico, the couple selects those who would be the “mentors” to the couple throughout the engagement and marriage.
I read once that “Watching a traditional Mexican is a bit like studying the history of the country over the past seven centuries.
Rituals, customs & traditions combined from the Spanish, Aztec, Native American, & Anglo-American cultures are found throughout the wedding” and it really made sense to me.
In more rural wedding the padrinos, friends & family consistent of a big portion of the whole town will help with the expenses and bring in food, music, beverages in a way to support the new bride & groom and make sure everyone has the best time, you would think than in smaller towns, pretty much EVERYONE’S INVITED.For that, each ethnic group has got its own representing design, and therefore these textiles are believed to preserve the identity of their community.The most used fabrics are cotton and wool, and are elaborated in their cloth and a sort of belt loom.Those selected as “padrinos” or godfathers are given the nickname of “compadres” and for that involves the families or friends in the close system of “ or wedding dress. Also popular as Spanish heritage is the mantilla style veil instead of the regular veil.Depending on the area of Mexico you’re from and the type of upbringing, the customs for your wedding could differ enormously from one another…Having decades of experience in the destination wedding industry, the country offers knowledgeable wedding specialists, creative event production and out-of-this-world culinary offerings.