Celtic Wedding Invitations

Celtic Wedding Invitations are especially made and personalised for each customer.

Designs for Wedding Stationery include Family Crest Wedding Invitations, Tara Brooch, Claddagh Ring and Trinity Knot invitations.

About some of our Celtic designs.

The Family Crest or Coat of Arms is an important identifier for what the person who originally received the arms did to receive it and has often been used on its own as a smaller family logo over the centuries.

The Claddagh Ring represents love, loyalty, and friendship. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love and the crown represents loyalty.

Tara Brooch is a Celtic brooch dating from the 7th century AD.

Trinity Knot also known as the triquetra, is believed to represent the three promises of a relationship such as to love, honour, and protect.

Celtic Knot originated in the 3rd and 4th B.C. and were used to denote faith, declare love and unity and protect against evil spirits. They also represent infinity and eternity because Celtic knots do not contain beginnings or ends.

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