Wedding Cultures in Ireland Leave a comment

When planning a wedding, it’s generally lovely to incorporate beliefs that have been handed down through generations. Mainly when they add a little something more to the day We spoke to Michelle Johnstone Clark from Waterlily Weddings, professionals in target marriages in Ireland, and she helped us get out some amazing Irish ceremony traditions that you could add to your big morning.

The audio of bells calling is said to stay bad spirits away and reestablish harmony so it’s no surprise that it was included in numerous Irish bridal ceremonies. You can incorporate this into your own ceremony by having a member of your party ( or your celebrant ) ring bells at important moments in the ceremony or reception.

Unlike Scottish ceremonies where melodies are usually played, Irish people prefer the sweeter and smaller pipelines called Uilleann valves. They you play before your guests enter the church and to announce the wife as she comes down the aisle. They’re also commonly used to direct lovers out together during the recessional. Furthermore, you could hire a Gaelic Harp which is known for it’s poetic shades and unsettling elegance.

The perfectly- known” anything old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” is a popular component of many Irish bridal cultures too. The borrowed product often comes from a happily married friend, and the concept is that the bride borrows some of their fortune for her own huge day. Blue was typically a blessed color for brides in Celtic times as it represented loyalty.

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