Wedding Love Symbols
Over the centuries, many symbols have come to represent love and marriage. These symbols are also popularly used as wedding themes to fill marriage celebrations with meaning and sentiment.
Choose the symbol that represents your feelings and use it throughout your wedding — from invitations to favors to gifts — for a wedding filled with love!
Below are traditional symbols that express love.
Heart — Hearts are the most common and widely recognized symbol of love. The heart is also a symbol for charity, joy and compassion. You can use a single heart to symbolize your relationship, or two joined hearts to show your lives joining as one.
Rose — The red rose represents all sides of love: the sensual, sacred, pure and romantic. Roses of different colors represent other loving emotions, like friendship, admiration and innocence.
Love Birds — These affectionate birds symbolize love because of the long and strong monogamous bonds.
Doves — Doves are a traditional wedding bird and symbolize celebration, new beginnings, peace and serenity. Since they mate for life, they also symbolize loyalty and fidelity.
Wedding Rings — The unbroken circle of a ring is a symbol of eternity and everlasting love. Its endlessness is the perfect symbol of oneness and unity.
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