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Celtic Wedding Traditions

Choose books on planning your wedding: traditional Irish and Scottish weddings, and Celtic pagan weddings.

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Irish Wedding Traditions
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Irish Wedding Traditions : Using Your Irish Heritage to Create the Perfect Wedding
by Shannon McMahon-Lichte

Irish Wedding Traditions is a lovely guide that will give couples about to marry numerous ideas for planning a wedding using the conventions and traditions from their Irish heritage.

The book is filled with long-forgotten historical and contemporary Irish customs- from vows and rituals to symbolic flowers, food, spirits and song. Included in the chapters are Irish inspired ideas for dressing for the occasion, decorating the ceremony and reception with an Irish touch, designing the perfect Irish wedding invitation, as well as suggestions for registering for Irish gifts.

This one-of-a-kind guide will be invaluable to future brides and grooms, Irish couples planning an anniversary, or anyone wanting to incorporate the lovely accents of Irish culture into an unforgettable party or truly unique wedding day.
Guide to the Traditional Irish Wedding
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The Traditional Irish Wedding
by Bridget Haggerty

Written by an Irish mother who put on a traditional Irish wedding for her American daughter, this book explores the rich history and lore surrounding the exchange of vows beginning with the practices of ancient Gaelic tribes. Dress, Claddagh rings, gifts, food, music, prayers, toasts, and readings are adapted for contemporary ceremonies, with extensive resources provided.
Guide to the Traditional Irish Wedding
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Pósadh and Bainis: Guide to the Traditional Irish Wedding
by Conrad Bladey

The complete guide to the Irish Traditional Wedding. Only well researched traditional customs, songs, recipes, customs and folklore are included. All you need for a very traditional wedding including games and music.
Scottish Tartan Weddings
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Scottish Tartan Weddings: A Practical Guidebook (Weddings/Marriage)
by E. M. Budd, Eric Merrill Budd

This book has a lot of good suggestions for incorporating the traditions of your Scottish heritage into your Scottish wedding plans from engagement through a Scottish honeymoon, including a complete guide to tartan wedding dress for brides and grooms, with clan and family references.
Magickal Weddings
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Magickal Weddings: Pagan Handfasting Traditions for Your Sacred Union
by Joy Ferguson

Magickal Weddings is a handbook that helps to bring romantic handfasting traditions from antiquity into modern-day ceremonies. It is also a practical wedding planner from start to finish, filled with charts and worksheets, to help any couple organize their handfasting.

This complete guide offers: suggestions for vows; ritual elements; tips on how to choose the right day to handfast; different ways to include and accommodate friends and family members in the ceremony; and the symbolism behind elements like cords, flowers, decorative elements, and gemstones. Includes ancient Celtic traditions and rituals.
Handfasting and Wedding Ritual
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Handfasting and Wedding Ritual: Inviting Hera's Blessing
by Raven Kaldera, Tannin Schwartzstein

Handfasting and Wedding Rituals has everything you need to plan the perfect Pagan wedding. You'll find advice and examples to help you with basic wedding planning, writing vows, and ritual construction, along with practical tips and great ideas about everything from low-cost wedding favors to candle and bonfire safety.

Handfasting and Wedding Rituals also includes sixteen full rites honoring a wide variety of Pagan traditions. Rituals in their full form can be used exactly as printed or modified to fit your needs. Each rite is categorized as level one, two, or three depending on their level of overt Pagan content and degree of participation expected from your guests.

The CeltArts website has a lengthy article on Celtic Wedding Traditions you might want to read.