“Kokiri, who is a witch, marries an ordinary man, Okino, and they have one daughter: Kiki. She is the heroine of the film, and has just turned 13.” - The Art Of An Introduction - Kiki’s Delivery Service Dir. Hay Miyazaki (1989)
I recently got married to the best person I know! I dried my bouquet and wanted to use them in my craft in one way or another, but I couldn’t find any spell/spell jars on the internet. So, naturally, I made my own! Here’s what I used, and how I did it!
One whole flower from the bouquet
To represent the marriage(can be subbed for anything that represents the marriage!)
One whole star anise
To represent the multi-faceted symmetry of two people coming together as one in loving, spiritual, harmony
One whole nutmeg
To represent a whole and sound marriage
Signifies the remembrance of trust, love, and fidelity
Rose quartz chips
Dried whole lavender
to encourage and strengthen love
Dried Russian sage
this is one of my favorite herbs, it’s one I feel a personal connection to.
One pink candle
to seal the jar with love
A glass jar with a cork
Put all of the supplies, minus the candle, into the jar in what ever order feels right! Add with love and intent, and seal with the melted wax from the pink candle.
I pressed a small sprig of dried Russian sage into the still soft wax.