Wedding gifts with silk thistle flowers that you can treasure for a lifetime.
Wedding horseshoes, wooden spoons and lucky sixpences were often used as traditional good luck gifts to be given to the bride on or just before her wedding day.
Wooden spoons as a gift for a wedding and as a token of love originates from Wales and Scotland. The symbol of love remains and is used at weddings to give the wedded couple a decorated wooden spoon intended as a symbol of their love.
Our silver colored traditional Scottish horseshoes will take pride of place at any wedding with its multi-faceted features.
A scottish tradition to give to the bride a horseshoe to wish the couple many happy years of good luck and happiness. Normally hanged on the inside of the front door, this ornate horseshoe has two different authentic tartan ribbon plaids (Pride of Scotland and Lindsay) and handle, while a light purple dominated flower display with nicely contrasting green foliage and purple flowers ensures there is oodles of color to enhance any wedding.
Our traditional silver colored traditional Scottish horseshoe will certainly catch the eye of the wedding guests - attractively sprinkled with tartan ribbon plaids and incorporating a dash of elaborate white rosebuds, deep purple silk-like thistles, purple heather flowers and jagged green leaves. It all makes for a pleasing traditional tableaux.
Please note that the Wedding Horseshoes, flowers and leaves illustrated are only an indication of style and appearance. While we will endeavour to provide the items as displayed, tartan or plaid ribbons and flower colours may vary in size and color due to stock controls.
Please note that this wedding horseshoe is made of hardened plastic with a metallic coating.
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