Welcome

‘Genuine, friendly, open and easy to be with, Sophie makes everyone feel at ease. Couldn’t think of anyone more lovely to marry us!’

‘Fun, quirky, thoughtful, inventive.’

 

Humanist weddings are marriage or partnership ceremonies conducted in the way you would like, in any venue or outdoor location of your choice. Unlike a civil ceremony, which can only take place in a registered venue, a humanist wedding can take place anywhere.

Humanist naming ceremonies are a chance to welcome a new baby or child into your extended family in a meaningful, personal and non-religious way.

It’s a privilege to work with people building up to, and on, such important days in their lives. As a celebrant, my job is to get to know you enough to make sure the wording, content and tone of the ceremony reflect you. One of the most difficult questions to answer is ‘What sort of ceremonies do you do?’ as each one is genuinely as individual as every couple I work with!

I am based in Liverpool but lead weddings in the northwest and beyond! If you want to plan your own unique ceremony and would like my support with this… or if you just want to ask a few questions, please feel free to contact me. It would be lovely to meet you.

 

‘I loved how personal the script was to me and my family, it was clear that Sophie had taken her time with putting our script together to make sure she got every detail right, all my guests told me how much they loved the ceremony.’ Charlie and Kev, April 2018

‘Sophie made our Baby Naming Day one of the most special days of our lives! She is quirky, charismatic and professional in equal measure, we cannot recommend her highly enough.’ Sharon and Mark, April 2018

‘Sophie was absolutely sensational from our initial enquiry, throughout the planning stages and the wedding ceremony was perfect! We had many of our guest saying how wonderful and personalised the ceremony was.’ Jenni and Phil, May 2018

‘We had Christians, Quakers, atheists and everything in-between and everyone said it was by far the best way to celebrate a new life.’ Charlie and Tracy, May 2018

 

(c) Nicola Thompson 2018