Writing your wedding vows? My ten top tips!
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Writing your wedding vows can seem daunting (or exciting, depending on your point of view) but it is sooooo worth the effort! Have you ever been to a wedding where the couple opted to write their own vows from the … Read More

The Six Cs of Creating Ceremony
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My awesome daughter is studying to be a nurse and she told me recently about the ‘6 Cs’ of the NHS, which are a set of values for all health and social care staff, which underpins all that they do. … Read More

January Blues and Wedding Planning
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As we reach the middle of January, it can be hard to feel that New Year zeal that we are ‘supposed’ to feel. It’s still dark for a large proportion of the day, and the pretty fairylights that offset the … Read More

Christmas thoughts for those who are grieving
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Even during the darkest and harshest of winters, there is still beauty to be found – in the bright red of a holly berry amongst the grey, the glow of Christmas tree lights glimpsed through windows at dusk, or the … Read More

What does this ceremony mean to you?
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Funerals and weddings are the most common ceremonies I’m asked to do, and the same is true for most of my celebrant colleagues. These ceremonies (arguably along with baby namings) are the ‘meat and two veg’ of the ceremony world. … Read More

Choosing your wedding party
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One of the exciting parts about planning your wedding is deciding who will be in your wedding party – your ideal ‘I Do Crew’. But before you get too excited and start promising places on the team to all and … Read More

On Grief
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When we think of grief, we tend to think of the most obvious sort of grieving – that of a bereaved person who misses a loved one who has died. We might think of crying, and funerals – of action … Read More

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