Capturing the spirit

Below are a variety of other ceremonies which I am also able to offer. Due to the number of ceremonies which are becoming common in this country this list is not exhaustive so if you require a particular ceremony which is not listed please contact me. As with all services delivered by 'The Celebrant' they can either be of a religious or secular nature and held at a location of your choice. All ceremonies are written specifically for your occasion and tailor made to suit your beliefs and wishes.

Baby Naming Ceremony

Many parents are now making the choice to allow their child to choose their own faith when they are ready. They may decide this early in their life, at a later stage or remain secular however their parents want to recognise the importance of this child in their life and speak about the hopes and wishes they bestow on their child. You may award 'godparents' to the child or mentors or guardians. You may wish to request all the guests make a public wish or quality for the child – "may you always have peace". The ceremony can include readings or poems of your choice and may include contributions from siblings or cousins.

Commitment & Blessings

This service is for those of you who would like to symbolise your commitment to each other without the legal formalities. It could be as similar or dissimilar to a wedding as you wish and as public or private as you would like.

Marrying Abroad

If you have taken the option to get married abroad you may wish to hold a ceremony in front of your family and friends. This ceremony would take the form of a blessing where you may wish to repeat your vows.

Renewal of Vows

The 'Renewal of Vows' ceremony is becoming increasingly popular in today's society. It may be that after a number of years you want to publicise your success or that your first wedding was held at a Registrars Office and you have always desired your 'big day'. Whatever your reason, a 'Renewal of Vows' is a highly emotive ceremony and a very welcome one. You may wish to repeat the vows that you made when you first got married or amend them to reflect how you have nurtured your relationship and protected and loved each other over the years.... you could of course do both!