• Unique Ceremony

    Unique Ceremony

    I am here to help you create the perfect and unique event that you and your loved ones deserve, and that you will remember and cherish forever.

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    Independent Celebrant

    am an Independent Celebrant who is based in London and sees that the milestones in our life are important, very symbolic and that they are what we reflect on and savour when we run through our memories.

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    Whether you are arranging a Wedding or any other kind of ceremony to mark life’s milestones.

Unique Ceremony News

Choosing the wording for your ceremony

Wedding wording with a personal touch   This is a simple guide how to make your wedding ceremony wording sound better and more thoughtful.   If you could write the wording of your own ceremony it would add personal touch to it, have bigger impact on guests and create even better memories, wouldn’t it? As

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Celebrant wedding: Personal and unique experience

As a wedding guest attending a celebrant-led wedding for the first time I went on from knowing nothing about it to being impressed by the whole idea. I and my husband were getting ready for friends’ wedding where my husband was going to be the best man but unlike the other weddings we’ve attended before

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Adoption Ceremony

An adoption celebration ceremony is a way to celebrate the unity of family. Adoption is a different way of becoming a parent and many of the rituals such as baptism, christening and naming ceremonies, which a biological parent may participate in, are missing from adoptive parenthood. Several factors make these rituals more difficult for adopting

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Gwen Rule London Celebrant

Read recent article published by Confetti.co.uk

WEDDING CELEBRANT CEREMONIES June 24, 2013. Written by Agnes Los Nowadays, a wedding is not the strictly traditional affair it used to be. Couples have a choice of saying “I do” at any licensed venue, at any time of day, and on any day of the week. The only part of this day that remains inflexible is

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Celebrants open up a whole new world for your dream wedding

For a marriage ceremony to be legally binding in the UK it must take place with an authorised person or superintendent registrar present (e.g. vicar or priest) and have at least two competent people, who will be required to sign the marriage register as witnesses. For most people that means a choice of three options; a religious ceremony in a place

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Popularity in using Celebrants in Scotland is increasing…read more


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