Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery
  • Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery
  • Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery
  • Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery
  • Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery

Clergy Stole- Wedding Stole for Ministers with Gold Embroidery

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  • CLERGY STOLE- This stole is a beautiful white polyester design with a gold embroidered cross and symbolic rings, representing the sacred union of two people in the sacrament of marriage; This stole is roughly 110” long, and 7” in width
  • MARRIAGE STOLE- The symbolic rings show the everlasting love of the two people being married; The officiant can wear the stole which represent purity and love, with gorgeous white polyester background and intricate gold embroidery; This careful design provides a simple yet gorgeous design to help commemorate your special day
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  • CLERGY STOLE- This stole is a beautiful white polyester design with a gold embroidered cross and symbolic rings, representing the sacred union of two people in the sacrament of marriage; This stole is roughly 110” long, and 7” in width
  • MARRIAGE STOLE- The symbolic rings show the everlasting love of the two people being married; The officiant can wear the stole which represent purity and love, with gorgeous white polyester background and intricate gold embroidery; This careful design provides a simple yet gorgeous design to help commemorate your special day
  • MINISTER STOLE- In today’s day and age, ministers can practice sacraments outside of the purveys of standard religious traditions; Many have recognized that they can practice sacraments of faith within their own lens of spirituality, and items like this clergy stole allow for the individual minister to add gravity and importance to the occasion
  • EMBROIDERED STOLE- This stole has the golden image of a cross, doves, and wedding rings on it; The doves are a symbol of peace and faith, the cross is a symbol of God’s love, and the rings represent the love between the two people celebrating the sacrament of marriage; The stole is pure white, representing the purity of the love between two people
  • QUALITY GUARANTEED- This product comes with the guarantee. A small business based out of Cleveland, Ohio, we are happy to answer any of your questions or comments, and love hearing from our customers!

The stole is a standard liturgical vestment that holds religious significance in myriad Christian denominations. Typically, the stole is 9-10 feet long, and hangs around the neck of the minister, with the two sides draped down towards the hips. This can vary based on the position of the minister, and the religion of the celebrant. The word stole comes from the Latin word “stola,” which means simply, “garment.” It is not only a reference to a liturgical garment, as originally it often referred to a broader item that hung like a shawl, frequently around women’s necks. It was adopted by the Catholic Church in the 7th century, and began to change after that. Gradually, the stole became narrower, and some started wearing a sweat guard behind the neck. There are many origin theories as to the stole’s involvement in religion. Many believe that it evolved from the orarium, a kind of liturgical napkin. In some places, stoles are still called orariums. Orariums are representative of the cloth used by Jesus to clean the feet of his disciples. The stole itself is also symbolic of the yolk of service. As for the wearing of the stole, there are numerous ways this is done. Typically, for Roman Catholic clergy, the stole is worn across the neck and breast by deacons, and only worn around the neck by an ordained priest. Other sects of Christianity have more open interpretations of who and how the stole can be worn. There are stoles made for every occasion, and this particular wedding stole helps to celebrate the sacrament of marriage. It is a pure white color, with gold embroidered crosses, rings, and doves on it as well. It is a fitting way for your celebrant to officiate your wedding, and gives an appropriate gravity, grace, and beauty to your special day.