I have weddings booked in for 2018 and each is as unique and different as the one before- the first is to be a simple ceremony with a select number of guests who the couple wish to be in attendance as part of day- the second is to be in a grand and beautiful castle with a Scottish/Celtic theme and the last shall be encompassing the couple yet again and who they are with straw bales and cowboy boots - more to follow!
Weddings are also now booking in for 2019!
Sharing with the couples to date has been a wonderful experience and each are building and creating days I so look forward to officiating.
Funerals I have taken have been simple grave side funerals, small funerals and large and all been very different but each as important to those attending and organising the day.
A funeral should embrace and speak of the person who has passed - be they Spiritual, Religious, Non -Religious or otherwise - this is what I set out to achieve and create where I can.
Speaking with families before the service is a privilege and creating a eulogy that holds the essence of that person and bringing that to light on the day is how, for me it should be.
It is an honour to be a celebrant and I look forward to many more ceremonies in the years to come.
Each and every person and couple is Unique. I am there to work with their uniqueness and style to bring them the service they want- weddings can be held in a multitude of places and venues.I want to help create their ceremony in a way they can feel captures them and brings them lasting, happy memories.
I am a trained Lay Minister and can offer the religious vows or non religious - they can be very simple or grand -on a beach, in a woodland setting,their back garden,or at a beautiful Scottish Castle perhaps, Standing Stones, a riverside setting, Sacred Site - what ever the couple feel brings the essence of their day.
Funerals are for me a celebration of the person who has passed and it is important to again capture the essence of the person and all they were in the best way possible. A time to honour and remember them and who they were in a way that has people leaving feeling they were almost in the room/setting with everyone.
I am a bubbly, happy person with a mass of common sense [I am told], imagination and intuition which helps me look at and embrace each ceremony and all it can entail to make this a special day/ service.
I am there to offer a service that is second to none and leaves people feeling their day was just how they wanted it to be. A day to capture memories.