About non-religious Humanist weddings

The celebrant was exceptional and really helped make our day special. Full of ideas and very professional and willing to get stuck in.” Max and Judy, The Holt Café, Sheffield

“You are so sensitive and a great presenter. We felt you were there supporting us and took part with us in such a caring and creative way.” Marion and Mike, Chain Lane Community Hub, Knaresborough

Please phone me on: 07708 381303 or email me at: Cate.Quinn@humanistceremonies.org.uk

Sam and Egle, July 2019

What to expect

 

Your wedding day should be one of the best days of your life.

A Humanist wedding ceremony is unique because it reflects your choices, your story and the people who are most important to you. You have total control over the venue, readings, music, vows and any other symbolic acts you may wish to include. It can be as formal or informal as you like.

A non-religious Humanist wedding ceremony or renewal of vows is ideal for any couple looking for a personal ceremony, which is real and authentic.

 

 

 

To give you an idea, a typical ceremony may include:

 

  • Music
  • Welcome and introduction
  • Brief explanation of humanism and the reasons for choosing a humanist ceremony
  • Your story, hopes and ideals
  • Readings – poetry or prose, including contributions by friends and family
  • Live or recorded music
  • Exchange of vows
  • Symbolic gestures, such as the exchange of rings, sand blending, candle lighting etc.
  • Certificate signing
  • A toast

 

 

 

All of the above are optional and I will work together with you to make sure your ceremony is exactly what you want.

To find out more:

 

Please phone me on: 07708 381303 or email me at: Cate.Quinn@humanistceremonies.org.uk