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If you're planning a Celtic ceremony for your special day, you'll need to educate yourself on the historical wedding traditions of the Celtic community. Your Irish wedding will be a day you will forever remember as both a blessing and as a tribute to your Celtic ancestry.

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Picking the Right Day
There are many customs and traditions to consider when planning your Irish wedding. Chosing which day and at what time of the year to have the wedding is a good place to start. One Irish wedding saying states: "Marry in May and Rue the Day." "Marry in April if you can, joy for maiden and for man." More on Picking The Right Day for your Irish Wedding.

The Claddagh Ring
The name comes from an Irish fishing village, and it is a symbol that represents love, friendship and loyalty. The hands of the Claddagh represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty and fidelity to each another. More information: Celtic Wedding Rings

Irish Wedding Traditions
There are many Irish wedding traditions that should be considered such as decorating the path, toasting traditions and sharing riches. Read more: Irish Wedding Traditions

Bagpipes!
What would a traditional Irish wedding be without the bagpipes? Bagpipe music is one of the least expensive, yet most memorable touches to a ceremony. Bagpipe questions and concerns answered: Wedding Ceremony Bagpipes

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Horseshoe Wedding Tradition

The bride carrying a horseshoe as she walks down the aisle to bring the couple good luck is an Irish wedding tradition dating back over 400 years. To avoid carrying the cumbersome weight, some brides choose to have the emblem of a horseshoe sewn into her wedding dress instead.

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