Sincere thanks, you helped make what could have beenone of the worst days of my life something to cherish.
There are a multitude of celebrant training courses out there and it can be super overwhelming when you’re searching for the best options. Face to face celebrant training, whilst great, has potential complications of geography, travel, cost and timing – … Read More
I’ve just re-read the blog post I published back in March when we’d just started lockdown. In it, I spoke reassuringly of the things that would change in order to keep going with ceremonies as far as possible – of … Read More
When you’re planning any kind of ceremony, you may well become aware of a whole heap of ‘shoulds’ coming your way – either from other people or from right inside your own brain. Sometimes, those ‘shoulds’ can be helpful (‘you … Read More
Most of the ceremonies I conduct happen in the UK and we’re not really known here for searing temperatures and hot weather weddings. In fact, couples I work with are often keeping all their fingers and toes crossed just that … Read More
A question that I’m asked a lot (and more frequently due to the news in recent weeks) is ‘what’s the difference between a humanist celebrant and an independent celebrant?’ In fact, many people don’t realise that there is any difference … Read More
After months of lockdown, are you now in the position of thinking about postponing your wedding? When coronavirus hit us a squillion years ago back in March and my lovely April and May couples were having to postpone wedding days, … Read More
On the morning of my wedding, 20 years ago (I know, I know – I was a child bride…), my dad sensibly stayed out of the way of the general chaos that was going on at my mum’s house. It … Read More
I can’t quite put in to words how grateful I am for everything. Every step of the way you have been perfect, thank you.
As a celebrant, it is my immense privilege to work closely with people at the most key moments of their lives: the death of a loved one; the wedding of two people in love, and the celebration of new members … Read More