On travel sickness, the queen and squealing in a car park – a love story

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Corrina and Sam Gordon-Barnes make up one of the wisest and coolest couples I have the fortune of knowing. Rock solid in their devotion to each other, yet not soppy, coach Corrina and teacher Sam are the epitome of what a healthy and happy marriage should look like. When Corrina posted some pictures on Facebook with some thoughts about what … Read More

#myvow at the Quaint Queer Weird Wedding Fair

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Oooh I had the BEST time yesterday at the Quaint Queer Weird Wedding Fair in Brighton! I challenged unsuspecting passers by and fellow exhibitors to write a vow, either to themselves or to their partner, for a photo to be shared on twitter under the hashtag #myvow. It was brilliant that so many people were game, and the vows varied from silly … Read More

What the flipping heck is an independent celebrant?!

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You may well ask – lots of people do. Let’s start with what I am not. I am not a Humanist. Humanist celebrants do pretty much what independent celebrants do, but they are completely non-religious. This means that you would not be able to have any kind of spiritual or religious reading, reference or prayer in a humanist ceremony. Something … Read More

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