Each relationship is unique.
Each ceremony is unique.
Whilst there are legal requirements for weddings to take place in licensed venues, please bear in mind that Humanist weddings have not been given legal status in England and Wales. This is enormously frustrating for those who want a Humanist wedding to be the main event but find they have to go to a registrar to get their commitment validated by the state. However, it does mean you can have your Humanist ceremony on a beach or up a mountain if you want!
“Thank you very much for being our celebrant! It’s been a great experience, especially talking to you about our relationship and what marriage means to us. It was lovely to have that reflected in our own personalised ceremony. Exactly what we wanted and more!”
“A few words of most inadequate gratitude for your wonderful ceremony and all the help you gave us to organise our big day. None of our guests knew what to expect, but we have had so many compliments on your performance, on the touching and individual words, the absolutely foolproof handfasting and your skill at making everyone welcome and relaxed. We were in a real daze throughout but have been reliving the day through the unofficial photos and our guests’ thank you notes. It looks like a good time was had by all!”
“Thank you again for making this wonderful day happen. It would not have been the same without your expert handling of nervous brides and your amazing talent at crafting images and words.”
“I’m just writing to say a big thankyou for your part in our wedding and guiding us through the ceremony. For my part I couldn’t have wished for a better day.”
“Thank you so much! Everything was beautiful and went off without a hitch. You did an incredible job and we’re very grateful. Several of our guests commented how warm and welcoming you were to them. You took the time to learn a bit about the both of us, develop a script fitting of us, and executed everything professionally and flawlessly. An honest heartfelt thank you from S and I.”