Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Irish Wedding Traditions Includes Wearing a Kilt!




Formalwear from KiltRentalUSA.com
Formalwear from KiltRentalUSA.com
The fall wedding season is quickly approaching so we at The Irish Gift House would be remiss if we
didn't let you know about our long time friends at KiltRentalUSA.com.   In our modern world many couples are reaching back to the past and are discovering their rich Celtic heritage.  One of the best ways to celebrate this birthright is for the groom and his groomsmen to wear a traditional kilt as their formalwear.  The bride may also indulge by wearing a matching tartan sash or accent.
Get all the details by contacting the McClanathan boys and their helpful staff; they are the leaders in kilt sales and rentals and have everything from kilt measurements to shipping down to a science.  From complete kilt rental packages to kilt accessories, KiltRentalUSA.com will provide you with an excellent rental experience. 
Naturally, you may also visit TheIrishGiftHouse.com for a complete selection of Irish wedding gifts and accessories that ranges from Irish champagne flutes to Irish wedding cake toppers.  You may also want to take a look at our Irish wedding traditions page to find out important matters such as what is the best day for the Irish to marry and what are appropriate Irish beverages and food to serve your guests.

Celtic Wedding Bands at TheIrishGiftHouse.com
Celtic Wedding Bands at TheIrishGiftHouse.com

And if you are in the market for Celtic wedding bands or a Claddagh wedding ring, The Irish Gift House has a complete range of Irish made jewelry that will accentuate your proud Celtic heritage.    

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