A beautiful and intimate commitment ceremony offered one couple who have postponed their wedding this summer, the chance to create an unexpected and uplifting new chance to celebrate their love!
Six couples are going to the High Court on 7-8 July to take a landmark challenge over the legal recognition of humanist marriages in England and Wales.
14 creative ideas for how you can include friends and family in your wedding ceremony. My new guide is packed with inspiration to help you include all those you love most in the world in a relaxed but heartfelt ceremony!
Discover meaningful ways to recognise the importance of family and community in your wedding ceremony, or to symbolise the strength and permanence of your commitment.
I share great ideas around symbolic gift-giving and unity ceremonies such as handfasting, sand-blending and lighting unity candles in this post.
In this first blog post of 3, I introduce the importance of symbolism in weddings and suggest some lovely symbolic rituals to create a special atmosphere right at the very start of your ceremony.
A humanist wedding ceremony puts love centre-stage and is a catalyst for all the joy of your wedding day. Humanist weddings are not dictated by religious belief or a legal contract. Instead they are built around the love and commitment between you and your partner.
Recently I’ve noticed a trend for couples considering perhaps not booking a professional photographer. There are probably only 3 GOOD reasons NOT to book a pro wedding photographer but beware the 5 BAD reasons not to do so!
I'm a huge fan of a wedding with a view. And I have a special place in my heart for the Black Mountains. Running along the very western edge of Herefordshire, a series of deep, dramatic valleys spoon the steep escarpments of the outer ridges of the Brecon Beacons...
What sort of things do you think you might ask a celebrant to get a feel for who they are and what they’re about?… Perhaps what they love most about their job, or some of their wedding highlights? Perhaps you’d go deep and ask them what they’ve learnt about life and...