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Rainbows are a symbol of hope in many cultures. They appear as perfect arcs, often during a rainstorm when the sun shines onto water droplets, shattering its white light into an array of brilliant colours. (They are actually full circles, but to see the half that falls below the horizon, you would have to view the rainbow from the sky, such as in a plane.) In Christian culture, a rainbow promises better times to come – the Abrahamic god sent one to Noah after the great flood as a sign that people could go forth and multiply without fear of another calamitous drowning. Rainbows are frequently represented in Western art and culture, as a sign of hope and promise of better times to come.
Are you looking for the perfect gift to give to those who make your special day so memorable?
When it comes to your wedding, we all know a little gratitude or an ounce of appreciation can go a long way to thanking the people who have made your big day so special. From a gift for your bridesmaids to a best man thank you gift, so many people have come together to help you reach this important milestone. No doubt you will want to thank them for all their help and something with an extra element of sentimental value, or a sweet personal touch will be on the agenda.
Last November, just one day after Prince Harry and Meghan's engagement was announced, the palace confirmed the first details about the wedding. In a break with royal tradition, which usually sees couples marry on a weekday, the wedding will be held on Saturday 19th May at noon in St George's Chapel, Windsor. This is the same place where Prince Harry was christened in 1984.The ceremony will last one hour, after which Harry and Meghan will take part in a carriage procession around Windsor. Afterwards a reception in St. George's Hall will allow the newly weds to toast their union with their guests.