Monthly Archives: July 2016

Scottish Grand March

A stunning end to a beautiful event.  At the end of the wedding reception, it [...]

Quaich or Loving Cup

This two handled cup was traditionally used during wedding feasts to symbolize sharing between the [...]

Lighting of a Unity Candle

The Unity Candle ceremony is the lighting of candles to symbolize the joining of two [...]


This is a type of Celtic wedding ceremony.  The couple stands together with wedding guests [...]

Celtic Wedding Traditions

Our favorite Celtic Wedding Traditions are listed below. Please let us know if you’ve used [...]

Trinity Knot (Triquetra)

The Triquetra, more commonly known as the Trinity Knot, is a Celtic symbol of ancient [...]

Tara Brooch

The Irish tradition of metalworking dates back over 3,000 years to the Bronze Age; the [...]

Scottish Thistle

The Scottish Thistle, also called the cotton thistle or spear thistle, was adopted as the [...]


Named for Ogmos, the Celtic god of knowledge and communication, the Ogham [o-ehm] alphabet dates [...]


The Luckenbooth brooch was so called because it was sold from the “locked booths” on [...]

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