April 9, 2019

Planning your wedding ceremony can feel like an arduous task but does it need to be that way?

Having consulted with many wedding professionals and having read many an article, the best piece of advice is to make sure that the process is as fun as possible.

When planning...

February 12, 2019

Valentine’s Day is an annual occasion where many couples exchange cards and gifts – but it’s also a day when many people propose to their loved ones.

Also known as Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, apparently the link to romance began in the 14th ce...

February 5, 2018

When planning ceremonies it is quite usual for people to want to mention those that cannot make the ceremony.  For some this can mean those that are no longer living and for others simply those that cannot attend the ceremony that day.

 This can be an awkward issue for...

January 22, 2018

One of the great things about using a Celebrant for your ceremony, apart from the obvious personalised nature of the work we do, is being able to have any readings you want included.  They can be religious, poems, quotes or something that has been written especially fo...

December 5, 2017

So now you have read our earlier blog about what a Celebrant actually is and why you need one for to make your ceremony totally unique….how does it work?

Well if you have decided to engage the services of a Celebrant you are about to be taken on a very special journey i...

October 9, 2017

No, I mean LITERALLY.  Most people these days have heard of a hand fastening but do we really know what they are?

Well for a start that is where the term “tying the knot” originates from so we all know more than we think immediately.  Hand fastenings date back to the an...

September 25, 2017

Celebrants are quite used to conducting sand ceremonies as these have become more popular of late for weddings, commitments and also naming ceremonies.

But what is a sand ceremony, I hear you cry….a sand ceremony is a unity ceremony and the blending of the sand represen...