Although Humanist Weddings are not yet legal in England (they are in Scotland), there will still be occassions when you would like to get married in a location that is not registered as a Wedding Venue, and you may want the ceremony to have elements in it that do not concur with the standard Registrars ceremony.

In this case, perhaps you should think about having a Humanist Ceremony which can involve all the elements which you would like to incorporate into your ceremony, in terms of making it unique. If so I would be delighted to help.

Thank yous

“Thanks for seeing us through our wedding ceremony and for all your advice and kindness in the run up. It was such a lovely day and all ou friends and family just loved it”. CB

“We are writing t say thank you so much for your key involvement in our wedding. It was such a special weekend for us, and without doubt the ceremony that you helped us prepare and then led was just perfect. We really apprceciate your kindness and honesty in our preparations. Many of our guests said it was the best wedding they had ever been to.” PJ

Thank you so much for being the celebrant at our wedding. It was a beautiful ceremony, the words had real meaning for us and lots of our guests said that they enjoyed the humanist service. Thank you also for your support and assistance in the run up to the wedding, you really helped us have the most wonderful day.” KW

“Thank you so much for doing such a great job on our big day.” TO

“Thank you very much for making our day so special.” HS

“Thank you so much for the part you played in our wedding day – you made it very special and a day to remember.” JS

“Our warmest thanks for celebrating our wedding day. It was a fantastic day and we were extremely happy with our ceremony.” TW