Answer a Witchcraft Question from Google #2

Bright Blessings Witches, Witchlings, and Witchlets! Welcome back to another installment of Printable Witchcraft’s new series – Answer a Witchcraft Question from Google! I, the Resident Witch of both Printable Witchcraft and Candle Cross Coven, will be answering these queries that range from the very simple to the more complex. So without further ado, let’s get into it!

“What gifts do Witches give a couple on their wedding day?”


witch wedding

I cannot tell whether the querent is curious if there is a tradition that Witches follow when it comes to gifting wedding presents or if there is a bit of morbid curiosity attached. Perhaps they are trying to confirm a folktale they once heard. Regardless, I do not believe there to be any such tradition or folklore that applies here.

As such, my answer is that a Witch will buy something off of the couple’s registry or offer them a gift from their craft to ensure the couple’s marriage is one of happiness and longevity.


witch wedding

There are plenty of spells that can be performed by a Witch to ensure a long and healthy marriage. There are also magickal herbs that can be given that align with that same intention. A few of these include:

-Rosemary for fidelity
-Lavender for devotion
-Basil for lasting love
-Sage for domestic bliss
-Dill for sexual passion
-Calendula for joy
-Fennel for strength
-Lemon Verbena for unity
-Parsley to increse the female libido


Another day, another witchcraft question answered. Do you know of any traditions that Witches follow when it comes to giving gifts to newlyweds? If so, please share in the comments! And as always, Bright Blessings and Happy Crafting!

Published by Pie

Pie Ankiewicz is the Resident Witch of Printable Witchcraft and sister-site Candle Cross Coven. She is a seasoned Eclectic Witch whose practice spans over three decades. Residing in Massachusetts, Pie designs printable Book of Shadows and grimoire pages, blogs about the Craft, and teaches others how to pursue being a practitioner.

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