MY SERVICES INCLUDE
Travel included, within an hour of my home.
Access to my resources (poems and verse, sample vows, ritual ideas and music suggestions).
A professionally printed personalised naming ceremony certificate.
A beautiful bound copy of your naming ceremony.
A professional quality PA system.
I will dress appropriately to ensure that I reflect your dress code.
RENEWAL OF VOWS
Your decision to renew your vows may be part of the celebration of a special anniversary of your union, e.g. 10 years, 25 years, 40 years, or perhaps you have reunited after a separation and wish to revise and reaffirm your promises to each other.
Whatever your reason for planning a Renewal of Vows Ceremony, I would be very happy to share in the occasion, and to offer advice on the format, readings, symbolic gestures and involvement of other family members.
MY SERVICES INCLUDE
Correspondence as often as is required via email or telephone.
A beautifully crafted, personalised Ceremony.
A copy of the script presented on beautiful paper.
A professionally printed commemorative wedding certificate, in a presentation envelope.
(evenings and weekdays) vow renewals on peak weekend dates are subject to an increased fee as these are normally reserved for weddings.
The Sand Ceremony is an excellent alternative to the unity candle and isperfect for outdoor settings.
JUMPING THE BROOM
In the early 16 -18th centuries in the Americas, broom-jumping was widely practiced among the slave community as their only recognised form of marriage.
The act symbolises a new beginning and a sweeping away of the past, Jumping The Broom also represents the threshold of a new home and entering the home together. This ceremony can also symbolise entering a new stage in a relationship, and the leaving behind of old thoughts, behaviours and patterns between a couple.
It’s also a fun photo opportunity!
UNITY CANDLE CEREMONY
The lighting of a unity candle symbolises a couples two lives joining together as one.
REVERSE UNITY CANDLES
It’s intimate and perfect for indoor and evening celebrations.
I would be honoured to hear you talk about the ways your loved one sparkled, but also about the contradictions and quirks that made them — ‘them‘. This is what makes the narrative of their life so compelling to write about and share in the ceremony.
No two Celebrant memorial ceremonies are ever the same. How could they be? Each life and the way it is lived is wonderfully and uniquely different! If you would like to discuss the possibilities for your personal and meaningful ceremony,
I would love to hear from you.