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Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. You finally get to say “I do” in front of your favourite people in the world. After the ceremony is over, you can let the magnitude of the situation sink in – you’ve bagged the person of your dreams!
Nothing can go wrong. Well, that’s how most brides and grooms view the situation. Then, the event looms large and the stakes get bigger and bigger. Before you know it, you could end up more excited about getting your big day over with than enjoying the ceremony.
Aside from the fact that a wedding shouldn’t be stressful, this attitude can cause you to forget one of life’s pleasures. Yes, pictures and videos will highlight what happened and fill in the gaps, yet you won’t feel or taste the atmosphere like you do when you imagine the occasion in your mind.
Therefore, you want to recall everything that happens. Sometimes, it’s hard to do because the day and night fly by swiftly. Thankfully, incorporating traditions that you don’t see at typical ceremonies is a fantastic way to make your wedding unforgettable. From casting and consecrating the circle to binding your hands, your matrimonial event will be more original, and therefore, more memorable.
If you’re unsure which traditions to include and what they mean, you should continue reading the infographic underneath. In it, you’ll learn about Celtic ceremonial traditions that are perfect for non-Celts due to their secular nature. Look no further for unique wedding inspiration.
Created by Claddagh Ring
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