A Coat of Arms for your wedding?
Happy October, folks. We love this story, about Kate and William’s new conjugal Coat of Arms, which represents them as a married couple.
It’s a very Old World thing to do, but it is filled with history and symbology and we love it nonetheless.
What do you think about couples creating their own Coats of Arms when they wed? Would you have one created? If so, what would you include on it? We’d love to hear your views.
Happy wedding planning,
Team Easy Weddings
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