May Day Magic – Ritual Crown Gallery
See our gallery of crowns, wreaths and garlands created for the annual May Day Magic Ritual from our creative magical community in previous years. Such a weath of inspiration!
Thank you to all past, present and future members of the magical community who take part. Intended as an inclusive and genderless development of the May Day Queen folk tradition, this ritual is a time to celebrate ourselves and others on Beltane, or May 1st.
Photo gallery of Ritual May Day Crowns
— Magda Knightvale (@MagdaKnight) May 1, 2019
— Rachel Charlton-Dailey (@RachelCDailey) May 1, 2019
— Juliette van der Molen (@j_vandermolen) April 30, 2019
Thank you to Bellamook (not on Twitter) for sharing her #MayDayMagic crown. It is SO perfect. It speaks of childhood. Of lying down in the grass, made drowsy by the humming of bees. We shall all wear the crown. #Beltane https://t.co/kRxGjjK89K pic.twitter.com/ft0nDq5Pjf
— mookychick (@mookychick) May 1, 2018
— Kristin Garth (@lolaandjolie) May 1, 2018
— Snow Orchid (@snoworchidwitch) 29 April 2017
— MayDayMagic (@MayDayMagick) 2 May 2017
— Shelley Limegrover (@Flightysprite) 2 May 2017
— MayDayMagic (@MayDayMagick) April 19, 2017