In an effort to define exactly what a practice of DruidCraft might be, Brianna in Germany with a group of OBOD members around the world made this list of the differences and similarities between Druidry and Wicca:
First, we have to define ‘Wicca’ in a way that makes everybody happy, which is may be one of the hardest tasks in modern Paganism.
The best way is to say it with the words of an English friend, who is both a Wiccan High Priestess and a Druidess: ‘Wicca’ means British Traditional Wicca à la Gerald Gardner & Co (ie properly initiated into a Brit. Trad. Coven), and ‘Pagan Wicca’ stands for all of those who practice Wicca as it is depicted in the many good books that deal with Wicca (e.g. Scott Cunningham etc.)
Pagan Wicca is a very individual path (everything can, nothing must), thus this list of differences and similarities refers primarily to Wicca when compared with British Traditional Wicca.
We refer to Druidry here as the kind of Druidry that is for example practiced by OBOD. There are also other streams of Druidry, such as Celtic Reconstructionism, where the differences with Wicca would be greater.
This list doesn’t claim to be complete or infallible. Its purpose is to give interested people a general idea. Neither Druidry nor Wicca can ever be completely described or categorized. To fully understand them, they have to be experienced and lived – and by doing so, they will become unique and very individual paths for each and everyone.