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Whether you're looking to infuse a bit of your family's heritage into your special day or just love the design and symbolism of Celtic knots, these traditions are unique and memorable touches that you may want to include in your wedding whether you're of Celtic ancestry or not! In case you need a little help figuring out what's best for you, here's just a little background on five of the most popular Celtic wedding traditions to help you decide what feels most authentic culturally and appropriate spiritually. (customers Amanda Richards & Bobby Dawson were married at Farmington Castle in Co....

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Mother's Day is not a traditional Celtic holiday as you may have guessed.  However, many Celtic traditions and holidays do celebrate the importance of women and mothers. From St. Brigid's Feast Day or Imbolc welcoming Spring and celebrating the fertility and strength of women, to the well recognized trinity knot that is sometimes used to represent three ages of women, Maiden, Mother, Crone (and also to represent Mother, Father, Child among other interpretations) there are a many examples of a Mother's place in Celtic tradition. Modern Mother's Day in America began in the early 1900's through the efforts of one woman, Anna...

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THINGS TO DO: Clean your sterling silver jewelry by lightly wiping with a polishing cloth like the Sunshine polishing cloth Store jewelry in a clean, dry, and closed location like a jewelry box, bag, or pouch to prevent tarnish and damage. Have all prong set stones checked by a qualified jeweler at least once per year. Remove your jewelry before swimming. Chlorine can damage your gold, silver, and precious gemstone jewelry. Remove jewelry before activities like sports, working out, gardening and other rough activities where jewelry may become snagged, scratched, bent, or otherwise damaged. Use soaps, lotions, and perfumes before...

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