Butterfly ReleasesWritten by Tammy Spivey
Butterfly Releases offer viewer chance to see beauty in flight. The viewers have opportunity to experience beauty of one of nature’s most symbolic and beautiful creations.
The butterfly symbolizes new beginnings and rebirths. What better way to celebrate beginning of a new life together than with releasing of butterflies at your wedding. There is an old Indian legend that tells story of why butterfly was created. It is often read at butterfly releases as guests make a wish and release their butterflies. Butterfly Releases are both magical and momentous. Every release is unique and special just as every wedding, every anniversary, every birthday, and every moment of our life is unique and special. Each of us has been given a beautiful gift of life that we must take opportunity to experience and enjoy.
Butterflies can be released from shipping envelopes they arrive in, with every guest having their own butterfly or with only wedding party having their own release envelope. You may also choose to have a mass release with all of butterflies placed in one container. Either option is special depending on effect you are trying to achieve.
Celebrate With Butterflies – The Flying FlowersWritten by Tammy Spivey
Make your upcoming event most memorable ever by adding butterflies to your special day. Butterfly Releases are a perfect way to celebrate all of important occasions in life. They are wonderful additions to weddings, anniversaries, funerals, memorials, birthdays, holidays, ceremonies, and even corporate events. Since butterfly symbolizes new beginnings, releasing butterflies is a wonderful way to add a special touch to celebrations. There is an old Indian legend that is often read at butterfly releases as guests make a wish and release their butterflies. Each release will have it’s own unique memories and can become a tradition that is passed down from parent to child. Children and adults alike will marvel as butterflies are released into wild. Sometimes butterflies fly right off and sometimes they linger - maybe to share a special moment with one releasing them.