In this blog post, I’m going to tell you what made my small wedding mighty, to encourage you to make the leap and plan a small, intimate wedding day. I hope this will soften the blows for couples who are having smaller weddings than they originally planned.
I’m glad I completed my celebrant training training. I feel I’m equipped to deal with my clients and to cope with whatever glitches arise. The fact that I’ve invested time and money to become a better celebrant builds trust. And I can show people that I have the skills to deliver the ceremony of their dreams.
Nothing could be better than your wedding day, could it? The day you and your beloved tell each other, and the world, that you will be together for life. But there is another day that can be just as good – in fact, it can even be better. That’s the day of your vow renewal.
When you see a celebrant deliver a wedding ceremony, you just see what you do on the day. But a lot of planning goes into that ceremony. Last week’s chat with the couple was just a chance to get to know each other, but it’s pretty clear that they’ll be a delightful couple to work with.
By Derbhile Graham A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about family ceremonies. There was a method to my madness – I was secretly planning a family ceremony, for the lovely Healy family in West Cork, in the deep south of Ireland. The family ceremony happened yesterday, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The […]
Way back when I was planning my first-ever baby naming, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that you could have vows at a baby naming, like you do at a traditional christening. With a christening, the vows are shaped by the Christian tradition, but with a baby naming, you’re freer to write your own rules. […]
This blog post gives you a format for organising your own family ceremony, which will help you celebrate your bonds as a family.
This blog post shows you how a Zoom wedding works and how it can be just as meaningful as a real-world wedding.
This blog post gives you ideas that will help you plan a memorial ceremony for your loved one after COVID restrictions are lifted.
This blog post is full of joy, as I share some major highlights of my career as an independent celebrant, which all happened in one week.