Only the date has changed.
Your wedding day will still be filled with love,
(and the craic’ll be ninety!)
Have you had your upcoming nuptials put back or cancelled because of the lockdown? Maybe you have got wedding plans for later in the year and you’re unsure about what will happen. You may also be feeling down at the thought of continuing to plan a wedding that may not be able to take place. We’ve heard about brides-to-be feeling guilty for feeling sad, anxious or bereft. We can only imagine how disappointing, upsetting or frustrating this time has been for brides-to-be and wanted to let you know that it’s perfectly acceptable and reasonable to feel what you’re feeling.
Stay Safe, Stay Well, don’t buy too many toilet rolls at once and we are all in this together and we will all get through this together. We Are One….
One purpose of a wedding is to celebrate the marriage. In some cultures, that celebration can go on for a week or more with the couple’s parents (or the couple) supporting the lavish living of friends and relatives as they party on. In our culture, the celebration usually lasts only one evening, but it can still be very expensive.
Another purpose that isn’t often stated, but usually exists, is the showcasing of the bride. It’s her day. She grabs the center of attention, and the more that’s spent, the more valuable she will appear to be to the guests — and presumably, to the groom.
But it’s the third purpose of a wedding that is the most valuable of the three. It’s to provide a ceremony of spoken promises. Before God and witnesses, a bride and groom recite their vows to each other.
For when the time comes…check out this card.
For more information about weddings that have been cancelled due to corona virus, click on this link.
Our Cards Are All …
- Made from luxury 300 gsm hammered effect card
- Large format – 147mm x 147mm
- High quality ribbed, brown envelope
- Blank on the inside
- Packaged in a cellophane sleeve