As you can see, we’re loving Zk feel that they’re an important part of your planning and if we can help you with one of the early steps, other details, like decoration and color schemes will be easier to plan. So, here’s another idea for all fans of Celtic designs out there – a quick guide to Celtic Wedding Invitations.at the moment. Why, you may ask? Well, we at
So, if you love the twists of Celtic symbols or would like something particularly associated with your Irish, Scottish or Welsh backgrounds, take a look at some of these beautiful designs.
If you would just like to include Celtic symbols on your invitation, you should first consider their meaning. The number three is important to Celtic culture and represents a combination of forces.
- Arwen – these three lines symbolize the male and female, with the third representing the balance of these two energies
- Spirals – they are one of the most ancient symbols and represent internal and external spirituality as well as the flow of energy.
- Triple spiral – a symbol of female power, it represents transition and growth.
- Celtic knots – these endless designs represent the eternity of love, life and nature
If you’d like to be more specific to the Celtic nations, here are some ideas:
- Ireland – the color green is very important to this country’s symbolism
- Wales – love-spoons, a traditional gift from a man to his lover, are inspired by Celtic designs, especially endless knots
- Scotland – what about a touch of tartan as a background to your Celtic symbol
If you’re digging our Celtic vibe, check out tomorrow’s post about where you can get ready-made Celtic wedding invitations…