About Hannah Hart

I am a humanist celebrant and take naming and wedding ceremonies in Gloucestershire and surrounding counties.  I’m also happy to travel overseas for ceremonies.

Though a life-long humanist, I didn’t know much about humanist ceremonies until I became a member of the British Humanist Association in 2005.  I realised straight away that this was something I really believed in and could love doing.  I was absolutely right!

My writing style is typically quite straight-forward; you’re unlikely to get flowery prose unless you specifically request it!   And I’m a big believer in sprinkling some well-placed humour and anecdotes into the script as it helps everyone to relax and makes the ceremony that much more intimate.

Hannah was just wonderful – she carried out a beautiful and funny service… perfect balance.  Everyone commented on how lovely and smiley she was!

What I enjoy most about this work is that since every couple or family I work with is unique, so every ceremony is unique.  I love working with people to help create a ceremony that reflects who they really are and what’s important to them. I enjoy the creative challenge of working through various ideas and piecing together the different parts of a ceremony.

A ceremony I conducted recently was described as “really warm and meaningful but totally unpretentious”. This articulated exactly what I want my ceremonies to be – but I do appreciate that some people might be happier with a different (and equally valid) style.

I’m always happy to have a no-obligation chat about a ceremony you are considering so please feel free to contact me by email or phone.   You’ll often find me working from home so do try the landline first – mobile reception in my house is very poor.