Hi ..I’m Lynn O’Brien, that’s me third on the right with my lovely Mum, Niece and Daughter.
As a Humanist UK accredited celebrant for the last eight years I’ve been privileged to create and deliver inclusive non-religious ceremonies in London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Suffolk, Kent and further afield.
When not working I love to spend time with family and friends, which usually involves good food (especially cheese!), red wine, or dog walking in Epping Forest. I’m also a travel enthusiast, and a keen sports fan (both participating and watching) and I’m passionate about live music and theatre but not adverse to a Netflix binge!
I believe that we have one precious life, to be lived to its fullest celebrating milestones and life events wherever we can.
Humanist ceremonies are the perfect opportunity to bring together family, friends and community in the process of creating memories and celebrating life’s milestones. Ceremonies I create are not anti-religious but are meaningful, personal and celebrate life.
Humanist ceremonies are totally flexible, they may be crammed full of music, readings, song and rituals or simple and understated.
Each ceremony is individualised and written from scratch and involves you, and others as you wish, in the process.
I’m fascinated by people and life stories. Everyone has a story waiting to be told and it is my privilege to turn a unique story into a personal ceremony.
If you would like my help in making your ceremony a memorable occasion please get in touch. I offer an initial, no-charge, no obligation conversation.
My number and email are below, let’s chat and see what we can create together.
“Lynn did an amazing job once again. She had previously delivered our daughter’s naming day and came back for our wedding day and did not disappoint. Her ceremony was beautiful, and our family and friends were all happy to see her again which is a testimony to how amazing she has been on both occasions. We cannot speak highly enough of her and the hard work she puts into her ceremonies”
T: 07957 445979