Crossed Arrows: The Symbol of Friendship Is Making Its Mark on Wedding Stationery
BFFs are expressing their commitment with a time-honored graphic element.
Cupid's missile will always be prominent on nuptial suites. But these days another pointed motif is appearing on everything from invitations to escort cards. Crossed arrows, a Native American symbol of friendship, are adorning designs to reflect a message just as sweet. Here, 7 favorites from recent celebrations.
By the Numbers
At an outdoor wedding, traditional paper cards could blow away in the wind. So paperweight escort cards with a double-arrow motif were created to survive nearly any weather conditions. The keepsakes also doubled as favors for the guests.
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