Love, connection, commitment, laughter, tears, warmth, realness, heartfelt, authentic, kindness, patience, support, personal, space holding, joy, happiness, relaxed, privileged. Just a few words that come
This was an absolutely beautiful, heartfelt and intimate wedding for a truly beautiful couple and we even included a naming ceremony for their little boy
Your wedding vows are a public declaration of your love and commitment to one another. For many couples choosing a Humanist wedding allows them the
1. CHOICE. You get to choose who delivers your ceremony -so, choose one you really like! How they deliver it -there are bright and colourful
What is a Celebrant? What is Humanism? Can I include cultural elements? More of your ceremony questions answered!
What is a celebrant? A celebrant is someone who writes and officiates ceremonies from weddings and vow renewals to baby naming’s, change of gender ceremonies,
A Humanist Ceremony for Ruth and Sam Ruth & Sam’s beautiful Humanist Wedding Ceremony took place in the ancient woodland circle at Wellington Wood, Norfolk
So you have heard of a Humanist wedding or Humanist celebrant but what exactly do we do? Well firstly, let’s differentiate between a registrar (legal
NEWS FLASH:You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing! How to have an unconventional ceremony.
⚡️You don’t want to walk up the aisle with all eyes on you? Instead: Have a procession with all of your guests to your ceremony