Wedding Ceremonies


Choosing a celebrant for your wedding will probably be the best decision you will make when planning your day, a celebrant can make the focus of your ceremony as unique and as awesome as you both and it starts right here!  I would love to help you have the day you are dreaming of.

Photo taken from behind of a Bride and Groom walking through an aisle of reception tables. The bride's dress is white with an very long train.

As your celebrant I will work with you both and any other special people you feel would have a positive influence in creating your ceremony, be it children, parents, or close friends but ultimately the day is all about the two of you, and this is what I aim to capture so no chapter, adventure, or moment of your time together will go unnoticed during the writing of your story to reflect your personalities and your uniqueness.

I love my job as a celebrant and really do feel as though I have found my true vocation in life, if you are looking for a celebrant who is easy going, happy and open to all kinds of ideas and plans, and who will work alongside you every step of the way, then look no further.

Sylvia in green dress with a ceremony folder her hand.

I enjoy an eclectic mix of style and type of wedding, and am just as happy at a top end venue as I am immersed in woodland; I just adore sharing love with everyone and making happy memories and awesome celebrations!

I get a real buzz of excitement when an enquiry comes in or even better when a completed ‘About Us’ couples questionnaire lands on my doormat or pops into my inbox, and I just can’t wait to hear about you!

So what are you waiting for?  Get in touch and let’s chat. X

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An aerial photograph of a Bride and Groom laying down head-to-head on grass.

Marriage ceremonies can be short and sweet, traditional, include rituals and cultural beliefs, the choice is yours.

The exchanges of rings and or vows are completely up to you and are not compulsory.

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Please note: for a marriage or civil partnership to be recognised under the law of England and Wales, a legally binding ‘registration of marriage,’ must take place.

Price: from £550

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