Being an attendant at Wim and Pascal’s renewal of vows was such a happy, intimate and inspiring day. It was the first celebrant-led ceremony I’d attended so I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, to set the scene, the chosen hillside location overlooking a sparkling Mediterranean Sea, was very serene and intimate. Wim and Pascal swapped their vows in Flemish and English as they looked into each other’s eyes as the sun rose over the hill. It was so romantic and pretty emotional at times; especially renewing their wedding vows and love for each other after 30 years of marriage.Debbie was an amazing celebrant; ensuring the renewal of vows and readings were bespoke, intimate and very personal to Wim and Pascal. This continued through to the wedding breakfast, which she went out of her way to co-ordinate, so they enjoyed a Moroccan-themed Champagne breakfast on the beach with their guests in between photographs being taken. The photographer, Simon, followed Debbie’s lead and kept it personal and fun. I was very honoured to attend such a wonderful, happy and romantic wedding celebration. I’ve been telling all my friends about it, and wouldn’t hesitate to do it myself one of these days!

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  1. Avatar Anonymous on September 10, 2020 at 5:01 pm

    What an experience for your first celebrant-led ceremony!The sunrise was so romantic, the salt ceremony made the space our own and the couple only had eyes for each other – I am truly glad you were able to share all of that \specialness\……and I have an empty space in my diary for you whenever you say the word Jenevora 😉

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