Hand Fastings, Medieval and Woodland Weddings.
Fellowship of Professional Celebrants
The Pilgrims Rest, Battle. East Sussex. | August 2017
“When we came to Gabriella we had very little time in which to prepare. Gabriella came through for us and helped us not only as an adept organiser but through advice, suggestions and moral support for both bride and groom. She helped us far above and beyond what we expected, loaning us props, helping out with transport and even offering a free sound bath to help us stay relaxed and grounded through pre-wedding stress! Our ceremony was unique, uplifting and beautiful and this was in no small part down to her and her husband too, who went out of their way to make our day special. If you are looking for an individual and personalised wedding service I can thoroughly recommend her. Furthermore, she has the most beautiful reading voice.
Gabriella, I wanted to thank you for all your help and for all your hard work!”
It was my absolute pleasure to work together with you both. You both wrote the most beautiful words, I was so moved to have read them to all your family and friends. Being in the ancient atmosphere of the Elizabethan house, helped us to step back in time....and love is timeless. Continued blessings on your life together. Gabriella x
Pett,Nr Hastings | August 2016
“Oh my! What a truly awesome evening we had for our handfasting!
A special thanks to Gabby being our Celebrant. You made such a special effort for us and we can't thank you enough.” – G.T.
Dearest Glynis, my heart overflowed with joy to see you both so happy and all your guests joining in your very special Autumnal dusk ceremony. There were many memorable moments, including the impromptu Beatles song! The mead and Welsh cakes went down a treat too. Thank you for the trust and wishing you every joy, knowing that you are following your dreams. Love Gabriella x
Love. Always Love. That lies at the core of the work of Aluna Blessings. You will always find certain values and approaches woven into an Aluna Blessings ceremony. First of all, a warm, friendly involvement. Secondly and very importantly, the ceremony will make space outside time, a space to stop the world of the everyday enabling people to put their heart and soul into the ceremony that will be unique to them. Thirdly, the ceremony will offer the opportunity of a liberation from boundaries and an emphasis on choice. Finally there will be huge attention to detail, all of which come together in what can be a moment of intense spiritual richness.