In modern terms there are six recognised Celtic ‘nations’: Brittany in France, Cornwall in England, Ireland (Éire), the Isle of Man, Scotland and Wales. Whilst Celtic art covered many styles and forms, the most notable today are the interlaced knotwork designs that are instantly recognizable thanks largely to the Celtic Revival of the 19th Century. Today, Celtic knotwork has been re-adopted as a symbol of heritage in both Ireland and Scotland.
As a proud Scot with a fiance of Irish descent, Celtics knots are a theme that I dearly love to incorporate into wedding invitation designs. For most designs, fully co-ordinating sets ranging from Save the Date announcements through to reception table numbers and menus are available, and custom requests for additional items are always welcomed.