Non-religious weddings in East Sussex and beyond

Humanist Celebrant Hastings, East Sussex, Kent, London. Mark Caffrey is leaning against a blue wall and smiling directly at the camera. Mark is wearing a blue blazer and a green shirt. Photo by Ami Robertson.

If you’re looking for a celebrant who can:

  • Craft a ceremony that is for and about you, your wedding and your guests
  • Listen and act on what’s important to you, rather than be guided by religion
  • Be as creative or as traditional as you want
  • Create a fun, loving and inclusive atmosphere

then get in touch for a chat. I’ll answer any questions you have about Humanist ceremonies, and how we’d work together. If you decide we’re a good match, let’s take it from there. Learn more about the feel of my ceremonies.

 

My approach

I love delivering wedding, vow renewal and commitment ceremonies in South East England and further afield – including to Northern Ireland, where I grew up.

From Summer 2022, I’ll also offer naming ceremonies; such as adoptive family and chosen name ceremonies, and alternatives to christenings. Get in touch early to explore your ideas!

I’ll work with you to shape a meaningful and memorable day that you’ll look back on and treasure. I love crafting ceremonies that reflect people’s personalities and values.

I’ve worked as a writer, performer and voice artist, and know how to create a special and unique environment for you and your guests.

When people want to celebrate their connection with a partner, it should be on their own terms. Non-religious ceremonies are a great way to achieve this, and that’s why I am a Humanist celebrant.

 

Photograph of Mark taken by Ami Robertson

For your reassurance, I am accredited by Humanist Ceremonies™ and covered by Humanists UK’s Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance.