These award texts are guidelines only, and only contain the names of the Kingdom's awards and orders. The badges will be added soon. For the wording of the badges, see the section on "Award Badges". These wordings will be included in the Ealdormere's Scribes' Handbook pending final approval.

Award of Arms
Be it known that We, [King], King by right of arms, and [Queen], Our Queen, are minded to make unto [Name] an Award of Arms in recognition of his/her service to the Ealdormere, specifically for [Service]. We bestow upon him/her the right to bear arms within the Society for Creative Anachronism without let or hindrance from any person, and the rights and responsibilities conveyed by his/her elevation to this rank. Done this [Date] day of [Month], A.S. [Year], while sitting on Our thrones in Our [Place name], in testimony whereof We have set Our hand and seal.

Award of the Maiden's Heart

From our Lupine Thrones in Our [group hosting event] do We, [Sovereign], [King/Queen] of Ealdormere by right of arms, and [Consort], by inspiration Our most gracious [Queen/King], send greetings. Be it known that We do recognize the exemplary service of [recipient], who [reasons for award]. We do here commend [him/her] and are pleased to bestow upon [him/her] the Award of the Maiden's Heart and the right to bear the badge of the award. Given this [day] day of [month], Anno Societatis [year], at [event], in testimony whereof We have set Our hands and seal.

Award of the Orion
Proclaim throughout the realm that We, [Consort], [Queen/King] of Ealdormere and [Patron(ess)] of the Arts and Sciences, and [Sovereign], Our [King/Queen] by right of arms, are right mindful of the skills in which [recipient] has displayed in [details of reasons for award]. Therefore do We wish to recognize [him/her] with Our Award of the Orion and give [him/her] the right to wear the badge of the award. Done by Our hands and seal this [day] of [month], anno societatis [year], while sitting on Our thrones in Our [group hosting event], at [event].

Award of the Scarlet Banner
See, read, hear, know and understand by these presents that We, [Sovereign] and [Consort], [King/Queen] and [Queen/King] of these Trillium lands of Ealdormere, do wish to recognize the skill in martial activity which [recipient] has displayed, specifically [insert more details here]. For this do We now commend [him/her] and bestow upon [him/her] Our Award of the Scarlet Banner and the right to bear the badge of the award. Done while sitting upon Our thrones in Our [group hosting event] at [event] this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year], in testimony whereof We have set Our hands and seal.

Order of the Wain
All gentles and nobility, let it be known by all that We, [Sovereign] and [Consort], [King/Queen] and [Queen/King] of the Trillium lands of Ealdormere, in consideration of the most excellent service that [recipient] has given [details of service], are minded to induct [him/her] as a Companion into Our noble Order of the Wain and the right to bear the badge of the Order. Furthermore do We bestow upon [him/her] a Grant of Arms and the right to bear [his/her] arms [insert blazon here if one has been registered] with the crest of the Kingdom. Given by Our hands this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year], at [event] in Our [group hosting event].

Order of the Crucible
From Our Lupine Thrones in Our [group hosting event] do We, [Consort], [Queen/King] of Ealdormere and [Patron(ess)] of the Arts and Sciences, and [Sovereign], Our [King/Queen] by right of arms, are right mindful of the exemplary skill in which [recipient] has displayed in [details of reasons for award]. We therefore wish to recognize [him/her] as a Companion of Our noble Order of the Crucible, and may bear the badge of the Order. And furthermore do We give unto [him/her] a Grant of Arms and the right to bear [his/her] arms [insert blazon here if one has been registered] with the crest of the Kingdom. Given by Our hands this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year], at [event].

Order of Thorbjorn's Hammer
To all unto whom these presents come, know that We, [Sovereign], [King/Queen] of Ealdormere by right of Arms, and [Consort], by grace and inspiration Our [Queen/King], do know well of the great prowess which [recipient] has displayed [insert more details here]. As such exemplary skill should not go unrecognized, We do now commend [him/her] and induct [him/her] as a Companion into Our noble Order of Thorbjorn's Hammer and allow [him/her] to wear the badge of the Order: [leave space for badge blazon]. Further, We do confer upon [him/her] a Grant of Arms and the right to bear [his/her] arms [insert blazon here if one has been registered] with the crest of the Kingdom. Done by Our hands and seal while sitting on Our Lupine thrones in Our [group hosting event], this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year], at [event].

Other Option for Orders
Proclaim to all gentles and nobles and let it be known by these present letters that We, [Sovereign] and [Consort], [King/Queen] and [Queen/King] of these mighty lands known as Ealdormere, send due commendations and greetings. We hope not only to embellish, but to increase the dignity of Our lands when We dispense titles of honour among noble, discreet and valiant persons. Wherefore We have directed the regard of Our consideration to [recipient] who has rendered to us and Our Kingdom not only useful but fruitful and honourable services. We do prefer and create [him/her] by Grant of Arms, A Companion of the Order of High Merit for [Service/Arts and Sciences/Martial Arts]: [leave blank space for award name]. [He/She] shall receive all honours, duties and privileges as are conveyed by this station including the right to bear the badge of the Order. The College of Arms having approved: [blazon] for [his/her] sole and unique use, the Honourable [Lord/Lady] [recipient] shall bear these Arms with the Crest of the Kingdom as a sign of Our high favour (Or, if the recipient has not passed Arms: It is Our will that the Honourable [Lord/Lady] [recipient] consult with Ourselves and Our heralds in order that [he/she] might determine suitable and unique Arms.) Done by Our hands this [day] day of [month], Anno Societatis [year].

Court Baron/Baroness
Be it known by all that We, [Sovereign] and [Consort], [King/Queen] and [Queen/King] of the Lupine Kingdom of Ealdormere, send greetings from Our [group hosting event] at [event]. It is the privilege of the Crown to recognize certain nobility, and We have seen such nobility in [recipient], by [reasons for award]. We do therefore declare [him/her] to be a [Baron(ess)] of Our court. And though by this rank [he/she] shall hold no authority or power to command, so shall [he/she] be granted such honour and respect as befits a person of great worth and courtesy. Henceforth [he/she] may be addressed as "Your Excellency", and may wear a coronet of silver ornamented with six pearls. This do We affirm by our hands and seal this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year].

Scroll of Honour
There exists in the Trillium Kingdom a record of the worthy deeds of the people and friends of Ealdormere. It is fitting for the names of those accomplishing worthy deeds to be entered upon this scroll. One such name is [recipient], who [reasons for award]. Therefore do We, [Sovereign] and [Consort], [King/Queen] and [Queen/King] of Ealdormere, command that [he/she] be entered into the Scroll of Honour. Done this day in Our [group hosting event] at [event], [day] [month], anno societatis [year].

Award of the Wolf's Cub
Hear, see, read and understand that size and age are no hindrances to good service and a giving heart. There are children within the Lupine Kingdom of Ealdormere who have served beyond their years and set an example to others. Such a gentle is [recipient], who [reasons for award]. Therefore do We, [Sovereign], [King/Queen] of Ealdormere, and [Consort], Our [Queen/King] by grace and inspiration, bestow upon [him/her] the Award of the Wolf's Cub this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year], while sitting on Our thrones in Our [group hosting event] at [event].

Award of the King's Favour
Be it known throughout this realm of Ealdormere, that our right high and noble King [name] does sit His throne in court today, and casts His eyes in favour upon His good and worthy subject [recipient's name]. Let all know that this good noble shall henceforth bear a mark of Royal Favour for his acts that support King and Crown. [Recipient] shall receive from His Majesty's hand, the King's Favour, and is commended to make display of it so all shall know of the singular favour the Crown finds in this person. Done this [day] day of [month], Anno Societatis [year].

Award of the Queen's Favour
From Her Throne the Queen of Ealdormere did witness the good heart and acts of one [recipient]. It is with a glad heart that she does call [him/her] forward today to publicly commend them for reason of [reasons], and mark them with her Favour. So let it be written in the Scroll of Honour, and let all here bear witness that the Award of the Queen's favour has been bestowed upon [recipient] this [day] day of [month], anno societatis [year].

Personal Royal Augmentation of Arms
Let all nobles and peers of the realm draw near, and let all gentles of the realm hear these words, that Their Most Gracious Majesties, [Sovereign] [Rex/Regina] and [Consort] [Regina/Rex] do recognize the noble worth of [recipient], and the good works they have done for the Realm of Ealdormere. Their Majesties convey Their thanks to [recipient], and know in the fullness of Their wisdom that no kingdom honour is sufficient for the service that has been rendered to Their royal person.
It is therefore Their desire and decree that [recipient] shall be known to all by a mark of royal favour. This favour shall take the noble bearing of an Augmentation of Arms, to whit, [personal charge of the royalty], to be borne on an escutcheon of pretense, a rondel, a canton, or in any other manner of noble bearing that shall display this singular mark of favour of the Crown.
Let all cheer for this wondrous occasion, and let the heralds now be set to work! Done this [day] day of [month], Anno Societatis [year], from the Court of Their Majesties, [Sovereign] [Rex/Regina] et [Consort] [Regina/Rex] Regina Borealis.

Wording from an English Patent of Arms to an Individual, 1576:
TO ALL AND SINGULAR as well Nobles and Gentills as others to whome these presents shall come Robert Cooke Esquire alias Clarencieulx principall herehault and kinge of armes of the South East and West parte of the Realme of England from the River of Trent southwards sendeth greeting in our Lord God everlasting WHEREAS aunciently from the beginning the valiant and vertuous acts of worthie persons have ben comendid to the world with sondry monuments and remembrances of there good deserts Amongst the which the chiefest and most usuall hath ben the bearing of signes in shildes called Armes which are curdent demonstracons of prowes and valoir, which order as it was most prudently devised in the beginning to showe and finde in the heartes of men to the imitacon of vertue and noblenes Even so hath the same ben and yet is continually observed to the end that such as have don comendable service to their Prince or Contry either in warre or peace may both receive due honor in their lives and derive the same successively unto there posteritie for ever AND BEING REQUIRED of Henry Stanley of Sutton Bonnington in the countie of Nottingham gentleman, and of Anne his wife daughter of Richard Bradshaw late of Borny in the saide countie gent to make searche in the Registers and Records of my Office for the auncient Armes of those two severall houses whereof they are descendid, whereupon I have made search accordingly and do finde that the saide Henry Stanley may beare as his auncestors heretofore have don these armes and creast hereafter following THAT IS TO SAY golde thre Egle's Legges rased gules on a chief indented azure thre Staggs' heads caboshed golde, and to the creast upon the healme on a wreath silver and azure an Egle's head golde with thre pellatts and in his beake an Egle's foote rased gules, manteled gules debled silver And also that the aforesaid Anne wife to the saide Henry Stanley may also beare as her auncestors heretofore have done these armes herafter following VIDELICET silver to benletts betwene two martletts sables, as more plainly apeareth in the margent THE WHICH SEVERALL ARMES AND CREAST, and every part and parcell thereof I ye saide Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes by power and authority unto my Office annexed and granted by letters patent under the greate seale of England do ratifie confirme and allowe unto and for the saide Henry Stanley gent and Anne his wife and to their posteritie with their due differences according to the Lawe of Armes and they the same to have and enjoy forever without impediment let or interuption of any person or persons IN WITNES WHEROF I the saide Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes have sett hereunto my hand and seale of Office the eighteenth day of March Anno Domini 1576 and in the nineteenth yere of the reigne of oure Souvereigne Lady Quene Elizabeth