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Celebrant Weddings and Commitment Ceremonies

A Celebrant when arranging a marriage or civil partnership ceremony has no restrictions in terms of style, content, format, time of day or venue.

The choice is yours

As your personal Celebrant I can work closely with you to produce the ceremony of your dreams. We will spend time together when I will get to know you and discover your hopes and aspirations for your special day.

I will create and present a unique personalised ceremony for you both whether it be a grand occasion with many guests, or a small intimate group of family and friends or even just the two of you. It will be as individual as you are.

Your ceremony can include poetry, music and readings together with family, pet or guest participation. I can help you write your own vows or I can write them for you
and I can provide extra elements which will make your day all that you want it to be.

The choice is yours

Special Ceremony Elements

Hand Fasting Ceremony 

The original meaning of ‘Tying the Knot’. A Celtic tradition, where hands are tied with ribbons or cloth to symbolise the binding together of two hearts in a marriage of strength and unity forever.

Broom Jumping Ceremony

This Ceremony is based on a tradition which symbolises sweeping away the old to make way for a new beginning. Laying down the broom creates a threshold for a couple to cross over into their new life together.

Unity Candle Ceremony

This ritual holds a universal meaning. It symbolises the joining of the couple in marriage as well as the joining of their two families. This ceremony can include the couple’s mothers who usually tend to have no official part in the ceremony.

Unity Sand Ceremony

The Unity Sand Ceremony is ideal for any wedding but especially where the couple being married wish to involve children. Different coloured sand is poured into a clear vessel forming a layered effect which is then sealed and can be kept as a memento.

Wine Ceremony

In a Wine Ceremony the couple can either choose to pour one white glass and one red glass to create a blush that they will both drink from or there can be the pouring of just one glass they both drink from.

Wine Box – Love Letter

The couple write love letters to each other before the wedding which they seal in an envelope. They will choose their favourite bottle of wine or drink of choice and place it in the box with any other memorabilia. They can seal the box during the ceremony and vow not to open it until an anniversary of their choice or if they are having thoughts of separating. They will open the box, drink the wine and read the letters which will hopefully remind them why they fell in love and chose to be together in the first place.

Signing and Witness Ceremony

A brief ceremony involving the couple and 2 - 4 witnesses. Each in turn sign a keepsake parchment which is then presented to the newlyweds.

Rose Ceremony

In the Rose Ceremony the couple can choose to present a rose to their mothers/grandmothers as a way of showing their appreciation for their support. They can also be exchanged as the first gifts they give to each other.

First Kiss Last Kiss

This ceremony involves the mothers of the couple. They are called on near the end of the ceremony and just as they gave the first kiss at birth so they give them the last kiss as singe individuals before sending them on their new journey into married life.

There are many more ceremony elements available and you may have your own particular one you wish to be included in the ceremony, no problem

The choice is yours