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

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

Neat Irish wedding traditions from "tying the knot" to ringing bells rather than throwing confetti. So cute!

Wedding Traditions in Ireland

Lace Streamers. An Irish wedding tradition, but way cooler than rice. It's also a Scottish tradition.

I totally want a wedding wand! 50 Wedding Wands Lace Ribbon Bells Streamers - What a great idea instead of throwing rice, etc. and looks SUPER COOL for pictures!

Five old Irish wedding traditions you may not know about - WorldIrish

Wedding Bells:Not quite the same as the tolling of the church bells. An old superstition, so the story goes, is that the sound of bells would ward off malicious spirits.

Irish Fasting Hands Ceremony Wedding Vows Wood Sign or Canvas - Wedding, Shower, Anniversary, Christmas Gift by HeartlandSigns on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/268523236/irish-fasting-hands-ceremony-wedding

Wedding Quotes : Picture Description Irish Fasting Hands Ceremony Wedding Vows Wood Sign or Canvas - Wedding, Shower, Anniversary, Christmas Gift by Heartl

10 Irish Wedding Traditions for Your Big Day - Bell-Ringing

Cowbell Display A sure way to break the ice? Have guests pick up sheep and cow bells along with their escort cards.It’s a call to supper, table assignment, and favor in one. Plus, it will make the seat-finding process sound like a game of musical chairs.

Irish wedding traditions.  The bell, toasts, etc are all on this website if you click the link. @Carrie Mcknelly Mcknelly Mcknelly my groceries @Carol Van De Maele Van De Maele Van De Maele Fagnan

The bell, toasts, etc are all on this website if you click the link. Mcknelly Mcknelly Mcknelly my groceries Van De Maele Van De Maele Van De Maele Fagnan

Irish Wedding Tradition - English lavender, an ancient symbol of love, loyalty, devotion and even luck is often mixed with the bride’s wedding flowers to help insure a happy and long-lasting union

I'll Irish for a day. Irish Wedding Tradition - English lavender, an ancient symbol of love, loyalty, devotion and even luck is often mixed with the bride’s wedding flowers to help insure a happy and long-lasting union

In Ireland, English lavender was a popular flower for the bride's bouquet, symbolizing love, loyalty, devotion and luck.

From Ireland, With Love: Celtic Wedding Traditions Slideshow

In Ireland, English lavender was a popular flower for the bride's bouquet, symbolizing love, loyalty, devotion and luck.

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