A glorious, rich picture of love and affection, painted by Briar.
Perfect for a handfasting or romantic greetings.
A handfasting is an old pagan custom, originating most probably in Celtic times. The bride and groom declare their intent to enter into an everlasting union. During the ceremony, the hands of the couple are fastened together with a cord or cords just before, just after, or during the time that they make their vows to one another. The cord that is wrapped around their hands forms an infinity symbol, the handfasting knot is a symbol of oneness between the couple. In a show of unity, they become bound to each other, hence the name "hand-fasting".
Today, handfasting is undertaken by pagans, as a temporary, or a life long commitment, depending on the ceremony.
Inside - relief image to the left, blank page to the right for you to add your own message. Envelope - fully printed Size - 121 x 171mm. Cellophane wrapped.
This card is produced using recycled paper and vegetable oil based ink.