Welsh Love Spoon Blog
Here we promise to give you our all in sharing our understanding of the much-adored tradition of Welsh love spoon, a tradition that we have been a part of for over 35 years! Though we specialise in lovespoons, we offer more than just a Welsh love spoon blog and from time to time we cover other topics such as general Welsh culture and Welsh traditions, the meanings behind a variety of the symbols featured in our work, the traditional work of other cultures and just about anything else we feel that we can offer.
If you are lucky enough to live in Wales or be visiting during the holiday season, there’s no shortage of special days out that are suitable for all the family.
Fashions for Christmas décor come and go, but one style that remains constant and timeless is the rustic look with handmade items such as Welsh lovespoons.
Many small towns and destinations around Wales have excellent craft shops and Christmas markets that sell beautiful handmade products such as Welsh love spoons.
Anyone buying a Welsh love spoon will be celebrating Welsh culture, history and craft in doing so. Visitors may also combine this with enjoying the landscape.
The felling of the famous Sycamore Gap tree in a random act of vandalism has sparked a wave of grief. Sycamore trees are seen as symbols of strength and hope.
Here are some suggestions for how to best display a beautiful collection of love spoons, where they will bring you and your family joy every time you see them.
Those interested in Welsh saints might be keen to get the name of Cadoc engraved on a Welsh love spoon, especially in September when his life is celebrated.
We take it for granted that a birthday is special and deserves a celebration, but in fact the passing of human years did not always merit particular attention.
The news of an engagement is always so full of joy and promise. It is natural to celebrate this milestone occasion with a special gift. Here are a few ideas!