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Many feel that the Mass also gives the wedding couple an extra blessing so this Nicaraguan wedding custom is encouraged.Catholic guests will often file into the church, dipping the fingertips of their right hand into the Holy water and making the sign of the cross before being seated by the usher. Once everyone is seated, the bride enters the church and takes her place next to the groom's side.
The Mass is a popular option since Nicaraguan’s are generally fun-loving festive people who take delight in celebrating such happy occasions.
The best man will usually give the ring to the priest who blesses it before returning it to the groom who places it on his bride’s finger.
Brides sometimes use the opportunity to honor the Virgin Mary by placing roses in front of her statue.
Lydia Elizabeth Marx (known as Elizabeth Marx; Elly to relatives and close friends) was born on November 4, 1908 in Poo, Bashar State, Northern India where her parents, Herman and Marquerite, were Moravian missionaries among the Tibetan people.
Elizabeth's parents were granted a furlough in order for her father to return to Germany for medical training.
After the rings are exchanged, the Prayer of the Faithful is said.