Wedding Testimonials

Kristine & Oliver, Stoke Newington Town Hall, 25 August 2018

“We are so happy that we had a humanist ceremony. We met Sue a couple of times before the actual ceremony, and she went out of her way to make sure everything would run smoothly on the day. She wrote a very personal and moving script that made the ceremony intimate and special. Our family and friends from Norway we’re very impressed by the way the ceremony was conducted, and they all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. We cannot recommend Sue highly enough. She had a big part in making our wedding day unforgettable, and for that we are extremely grateful.”

 

Jess & Zac, Woodberry Wetlands, Stoke Newington, London, 14 July 2018

 

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“You won’t find a celebrant more caring, flexible, reliable, and truly honoured to host your wedding than Sue. In fact, there aren’t enough adjectives in the dictionary to describe how wonderful she was in the lead up to the ceremony and on the day itself.

“So if you’re looking for someone who’ll treat you – and your family – as individuals rather than just another wedding couple, then Sue is everything and more. She was our one in a million and we were so incredibly lucky to have her host our day in her special, unique and incredibly personable way.”

 

Holly & Corey, The Drawing Room, Claridge’s, Mayfair, 9 December 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Sue was a pleasure to work with and helped us write a very meaningful and personal ceremony. She was so helpful with her suggestions and took time to understand what we wanted from the script. She was both friendly and professional, and made us feel so calm and relaxed on the day despite my wedding-day nerves getting the better of me. We both felt very comfortable in her presence and our friends remarked on how lovely and unique the ceremony was.”

 

Yiming & Steve, Winchester Club House, Putney, 25 November 2017

Photo credit: DR Photography

 

“Thank you for conducting our fairy tale wedding ceremony yesterday, which would not be the same without you. It was the best day for Steve and me and we are extremely grateful to you. Our family and friends were extemely impressed with the way you conducted the ceremony. Thanks again for everything!”

 

Avani & George, Bushey Arena, Bushey, Hertfordshire, 27 August 2017

Photo credit: © Parkwin photography.

 

“We are both writers and chose to have a Humanist wedding so that we could create a ceremony that truly reflected who we are and what we wanted our marriage to represent. Sue is a brilliant celebrant, a lovely person, and was a pleasure to work with. When we told her what we envisioned for the day, she offered expert suggestions on how to structure things so they ran smoothly, and she quickly became familiar with Indian wedding traditions and our favourite books. Our ceremony included Bollywood hits, dhol, improvised jazz, a Brazilian folk song, and traditional Indian wedding songs, all of which Sue took in her stride. Sue went above and beyond for us throughout the whole process, and the script she wrote for us was perfect. She also joined us for our pre-wedding celebrations, came along to a wedding rehearsal, and was a calming and reassuring presence on the day. Her delivery of the ceremony was both professional and moving, and many of our guests said they had never been to a wedding as personal as this one before.”

 

Trudie & Edward, Thames Chase Forest Centre, Upminster, 22 July 2017

 

“A religious service was never an option for us so we opted for a humanist ceremony. We could not have been more delighted with our choice to have Sue conduct the ceremony. Sue understood the sort of wedding we wanted straightaway and was able to hold our hand through the process of getting the tone and script exactly right. The reading that she chose left barely a dry eye in the house and everyone was full of compliments for the way the whole ceremony was conducted. We could not recommend Sue highly enough.”

 

Eleanor and Tomás, The Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth, Wales, 1 July 2017

“Sue is a fantastic celebrant; she made our wedding ceremony feel special, personal, and moving. She has a skill for listening to and drawing out the key threads of personalities and this showed through in the ceremony itself. Our guests loved how much the ceremony reflected us and our shared values, and they enjoyed getting to play their own part in a joyful assent to the marriage. Meanwhile, Tomas and I feel we got to say out loud the promises we have made in our hearts. I unreservedly recommend Sue to you.”

 

Lucy and Tim, Rembrandt Gardens, Little Venice, London, 24 June 2017   

“We wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for making our day perfect. You worked so hard and were so sympathetic and flexible and provided us with the perfect ceremony in our perfect surroundings.”

 

Kellie & Emma, The Prince Albert, Camden, London, 1 April 2017

“When we decided to have a humanist wedding we set about finding the right celebrant for us. Sue was perfect from the start. We sat down together and talked about all the things we wanted to include in our ceremony. Sue was enthusiastic, helpful and above all she really cared about making the ceremony about us. The day was everything we had hoped it would be and more. Thank you Sue for all of your time and effort, it was perfect. x”

 

Jessie and Dan, Middle Temple Hall, London, 16 July 2016

Photo credit: ©Alex Szczepanski

 

“Jessie and I would like to say a massive thank you for everything you did leading up to the wedding and for executing the ceremony so well on the actual day. What we loved so much was the time and effort you took to get to know us, our friends and families and also the Sikh traditions that we used during the wedding. It made your delivery of the ceremony feel very genuine. The individual components of the ceremony, the reading, the singing etc, were great but what was really great was the way you managed to knit them all together with the excellent choice of words to convey why Jessie and I chose to get married and what we hope our marriage will be.”