Well here’s the thing, I marry people in love and I celebrate whatever your love is. I am a writer and a Celebrant and I love my craft.
If you’re not getting married in a church, synagogue, mosque or temple, UK law is adamant that you can’t invite God to your wedding.
The Couple: Ash & TeresaThe Venue: Hidden River Cabins, Cumbria, CA6 5TUDate: 1st September 2018
Planning a wedding isn’t a piece of cake (wedding cake that is); it takes time and plenty of money.
When it comes to planning the perfect wedding ceremony, there can be a lot to think about.
You just got engaged and you’re ready to start the wedding planning. You and your fiancé have talked budget and how many people you want to invite.
Weddings are both special and exciting days, but they can come with their fair share of stress! Nerves and wedding day jitters are common, so here are some tips to...
You’ve planned your ceremony and you’ve decided to have a unity ritual. Adding a wine ceremony is a great way to symbolise the unity of your two lives together.
You’ve met that special someone, asked ‘that’ question or said that ‘Yes’, and now it’s time to start the exciting task of planning your perfect wedding! When organising your special...
Couple: Susanne and Jacob
Every wedding is different. Some brides follow every wedding tradition and others find many different ways to make their wedding unique.
Well no. Wedding rituals, symbolic or not, have been with us for ever and a year. Weddings themselves are a ritual, a rite of passage, a culturally or religiously defined act.
Couple: Emily and Sam
Weddings are one of the most special and memorable days of your life, so there is no need to stick to the standard venues – let your imagination run wild!...
Weddings come with a lot of traditions, but who says you have to stick by them?
Couple: Mat and Rachel
The story behind the traditions...
As the mother of the bride, you’re naturally excited about your daughter’s big day and keen to look your best.
Couples always tell me they want their guests to feel joyful, captivated, to feel the love, experience the passion in their relationship, and generally have a heartfelt experience from their wedding.
Micro weddings are weddings on a smaller scale – yes pretty much exactly what they say on the tin! They give the couple a chance to take the pressure off...
Ok so this is a question we often get asked, and it has a very simple answer, hell no!
Here at The Celebrant Directory we are constantly on the look-out for different ways we can change up tradition, adding that extra sparkle when it comes to your wedding day. ...
That is one of many lovely sentiments that a bride can offer her escort when they have been given the honour of walking a bride up the aisle on her...
Sand ceremonies are becoming increasingly popular as couples are finding great ways to add a modern twist on a traditional ceremony.
One of the logistical questions I ask all my couples as a Celebrant is: ‘Do you want a traditional entrance with the groom waiting at the front with me and...
Good news. You’re getting married in the Netherlands. Congratulations! You will love the Dutch wedding ceremony. But first, before you plunge into the planning, let’s think about the order of events.
Unity ceremonies symbolise the joining of two people together as one, they offer magical moments within a wedding ceremony where two separate journeys come together onto a single pathway.