Spring/Ostara is here, and it is the season associated with fertility, sowing seeds, new beginnings and new life. Warmer weather and the reappearance of colours and flowers are a deciding factor for those who choose to have Spring/Ostara weddings and handfasting ceremonies. Ceremonies are usually preferred to be held outdoors (weather permitting). Pagan couples generally Want to know more?
Every couple planning a wedding have a budget. Whether that budget is a large amount, or whether it is a modest amount, all have a budget to adhere too. Planning alternative weddings on a budget can sometimes be easier to do, depending upon requirements and flexibility. We are now into the new year, and the Want to know more?
Autumn is here, and it’s a beautiful time of year to hold a ceremony. The end of the summer, and the time of year when nature reclaims the bright colours of summer. Autumn weddings, renewal of vows and handfasting ceremonies can be very colourful occasions. With summer being possibly the most popular time of year Want to know more?
Planning a wedding is an exciting time, and it can also be stressful. There are so many things to think about, and so many things to book when planning a wedding. Regardless of if it’s an alternative wedding or not, it’s easy to get caught up buying items you don’t need. Below is a wedding Want to know more?
What is a handfasting ceremony? Traditionally, handfasting ceremonies were Pagan betrothal ceremonies; performed as an intention to marry rather than an actual wedding ceremony. Couples who wanted to marry took part in a ceremony declaring their intentions to the villagers or their community. Their hands were bound together using cloth, cord or material from each Want to know more?
December is a magical time of the year, and a popular month for weddings. Couples choose to have Christmas themed weddings with red, gold and green colour schemes. Some couples also choose a December wedding as it is the Pagan month of Yule. Yuletide or Yule, is the Pagan/Wiccan festival celebrating the winter solstice; the Want to know more?