The Seelie Court would say, "May the divine winds carry you to paradise."
The Unseelie Court would say, "May you suffer a painful accident and die."
Those two statements mean the same thing, but Unseelie only say it when they mean it and are willing to make arrangements. Seelie would never admit such a thing had ever crossed their minds--would you like an apple?
Or maybe it's the other way around. You can never tell with faeries--at least not until someone's heart has been ripped out.
Both courts would say, "The thing about humans is you can always find another side to be on."