Thursday, August 18, 2005

Wedding Dance at the Crossroads

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Bells are sounding out throughout the land. Join us at the Crossroads for celebration upon Gail's barn doors to mark the Wedding of faucon and his lady Emerys.

Raid Pandora's Costume box and come and sing, dance, tell stories, read Tarots, read runes, play music and send vibrant joy towards them in Sakinel where earth based celebrations will be taking place.

The Enchantress


At 10:18 PM, Blogger Gail Kavanagh said...

A wedding - how wonderful! The gypsies love a wedding. I will be there - with bells on!

At 10:43 PM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Sure, sure!

At 5:34 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

I adore this image, it's just so beautiful...

At 6:18 PM, Blogger Lois said...

Dear Friends, Faucon and Emerys my best to you both from across the seas,mountains,oceans, and rivers in Australia...
I have a wonderful little book that belonged to my Mother Jess dated 1933 called "What to do at Weddings" by "Benedict"whomever he was...
Just some little snippets.
The bride will fix the date of the Wedding
The brides friends will decorate the church
Invitations should be on the best of paper and printed in silver lettering
First brides should wear white as a sign of purity
A bride who is a widow(or divorced) must never wear white or wear a veil
White gloves should be worn by
the bride.
Gifts from the Bridegroom to the Bride should be an adornment or something for her dressing table..

Gifts from the Bride to the Groom,
should be a fountain pen or a wristwatch.
The Bride enters the church on the arm of her Father and walks up the aisle to the altar,when this is done the Father steps back and the Bridegroom takes his place.
The Bride must not take the arm of her intended and never hold his hand at the altar(take note Emerys)
After the ceromony the couple may or not kiss each other ,she can then take her Husband's arm
walking down the aisle to the music of Mendelssohn's Wedding March.
At the reception the Chairman should give the first toast to the Queen then the parents on both sides ,bridesmaids etc ..
Now Note...Unless the speaker is witty and interesting it is better for him to be brief.
And on and on this little book goes for another 60 pages..
ending with toasts in Poetry,..

May all single men be married
And all married men be happy.
Not to the fairest
not to the rarest
not to the most lovely I toast
not to the prettiest
not to the wittiest
But to her who loves me most
Here's to those I love,
Here's to those who love me,
Here's to those who love those I love
And here's to those who love those that love me.
Sending my love and congratulations to you both x x

Lois (Muse of the Sea) 20.8.05


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