When I get married....

I like the idea of multiple bindings in this kind of fashion and I'd save my personal vows for the civil ceremony before hand and a little piece in the toasts

MY DREAM WEDDING!!!!!!! Set in the mountains of Grandpa Pierce's property, surrounded by ferns, black bears, and mossy stones ❤❤❤❤

An Elegant, Enchanted Forest Wedding Theme Palette

Create magical memories with a beautiful enchanted forest wedding palette. Lovely but would have a floral bouquet

DIY Celtic Tree of Life memorial candle and plaque in loving memory of those close to our hearts who are no longer with us.  Sprigs of live rosemary, for remembrance, surround the candle.

DIY Celtic Tree of Life memorial candle and plaque in loving memory of those close to our hearts who are no longer with us. Sprigs of live rosemary, for remembrance, surround the candle. I would also include a picture of each person with their own candle

Bells were thought to ward off evil spirits and were also used if the married couple had an argument. One of the newlyweds would ring the bell as a way to end the fight and make a truce, reminding them of their wedding vows.

From Ireland, With Love: Celtic Wedding Traditions Slideshow

Bells- Irish Wedding Tradition Giving a bell as a wedding gift is another Irish tradition. The chime of bells is said to keep evil spirits away and also remind the married couple of their wedding vows.

Nine different Celtic hairstyles for wedding and other appearances

Nine different Celtic hairstyles for wedding and other appearances - Looking for Hair Extensions to refresh your hair look instantly? focus on offering premium quality remy clip in hair.

Apparently it's called 'handfasting,' and started as an ancient Celtic tradition that was continued in Scotland and other European countries, but i LOVE the symbolism it states, and LOVE the choice of lace and ribbons in this picture :] (any religion it would have a nice meaning to it)

Handfasting: Not Just For Pagan or Wiccan Wedding Vows

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Over the top.faeriemag: “ This night tablescape by Tricia Saroya was featured in the summer issue of Faerie Magazine, along with a ton of tips to help you create your own! Image by Vince Chafin.

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