The ceremony is something we will remember forever – we are very glad we chose you to be our celebrant.
The ceremony was brilliant and we have a few people who can’t quite believe we wrote it!
I will definitely be recommending you to anyone I know getting married who is looking for a humanist!
A few of our guests have told us it was the best ceremony they have ever been to (including their own!)
Ros and Allan were that rare thing in these days of swiping right: High School Sweethearts.
When you’re getting married, you need to spend some time getting to know the person who’s going to conduct your ceremony. It’s great when it can happen face to face, in real time, but that’s not always possible, and over the years, I’ve got used to having that conversation over Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp, Google Hangouts and even – yes, the phone! … Continue Reading
Music is a big part of Rachael and Ross’s life. They first met in August 2011 when they boarded a bus with mutual friends to go to the music festival Creamfields, where they danced like idiots to Calvin Harris, (once Rachael had woken up!) So perhaps it wasn’t that much of a … Continue Reading
Daisy and David’s parents and grandparents delivered inspiring and moving speeches
I often bump into couples I’ve married at the weddings of their friends. I don’t usually meet them at the John Lewis sale, but that’s where Catie and Mark tracked me down earlier this week! As I said at the time, it was a bit spooky, as I’d only just looked out the wonderful … Continue Reading
Some days go perfectly and Jonas and Donna’s was one. We had ideal weather, and they created a textbook example of how informal yet moving a humanist wedding can be. Donna and Jonas wanted to start the ceremony by spending time with their friends, and they were waiting for me at the door when I … Continue Reading