Weddings & Vow Renewals
A memorable wedding for your special day. A bestoke and unique ceremony that reflects your character and values at the venue of your choice.
A personal ceremony to welcome your new baby to your family and friends at the venue of your choice.
A non-religious funeral ceremony for your loved one
"In the end, it's not the years in your life, it's the life in your years."
“First, think. Second believe. Third, dream. And finally, dare.”
It is always a real pleasure and privilege to help with someone's ceremony, whether that's putting together a bespoke wedding ceremony, a renewal of vows, a naming ceremony or celebrating a loved one's life.
Your ceremony demands as much or as little of me as you require to ensure you have the ceremony that you dream of. Your ceremony: Your way!
I work closely with all my clients so that you fully appreciate the memories and the moment. I will be here to guide you as we transform your thoughts, ideas and dreams into the perfect celebration.
People will only sometimes remember the words you say to them.
However, they will always remember the way you made them feel.
A friend once said to me “You like helping people and when added to your business experience, this makes you an effective, professional and caring celebrant.”
As a fully trained and qualiﬁed Civil Celebrant and a registered Member of the United Kingdom Society of Celebrants (UKSoC). I will work tirelessly to ensure your celebration exceeds every expectation that you have and that it becomes a unique memory for you and everyone involved.
My personal motto for life is “To make a difference - in a good way.” Let me make a difference to your special moment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes I can. We can decide together what you would like for your loved one. It might be a reading perhaps followed by a favourite song.
If your loved one is reposing at your home prior to the funeral ceremony, of course the ceremony can take place here. The number of mourners that could come to the ceremony would be limited. Following the ceremony the deceased would then be taken to the cemetery or crematorium for a brief committal ceremony.
Yes you can. The length and content of the ceremonies I create are decided by you.
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Call me today at 087 352 1588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm here to help you create Your Ceremony, Your Way