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Special Touches

Make it memorable!

A family member wants to sing for you?

A friend wants to read a funny poem?

You want your dog to be the ring bearer?

Well why not?

It is your day!


Family & Friends

Family and friends are such an important part of your life together and what better way to celebrate a new union or a memorable life event than  including them in your ceremony bringing you all closer together.

Remember Missing Loved Ones

At these memorable occasions it is hard not to think of those who can not be with you. 

You could light a candle for them,
read a poem
or even including their favourite football team in the ceremony script! 

I can make this something special for you and your family so your loved one is with you all the way.


My lovely Grandad x

Wedding Rituals

Weddings are a time of celebration, love, and tradition. And while many wedding customs have remained the same for generations, some couples are choosing to include new rituals into their big day.

One wedding tradition that has stood the test of time is the exchanging of vows. This heartfelt moment between the bride and groom is a beautiful way to declare their love and commitment to one another. Another classic wedding tradition is the cutting of the cake. This sweet moment is a symbol of the couple's union and is often followed by the newlyweds feeding each other a piece of cake.

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However, some couples are now choosing to add their own unique touches to their wedding day. For example, instead of a traditional guest book, some couples are opting for a fingerprint tree where guests can leave their fingerprints as leaves on a tree. Others are choosing to have a unity ceremony where they mix together different colored sands or pour different colored liquids into a vase to symbolize their union.

Having a celebrant-led ceremony means you can choose to stick with the traditional wedding rituals or add your own modern twist, your wedding day should be a reflection of your love and commitment to each other.

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