Wedding Reading Ideas: Wedding Thoughts – All I Know About Love

Wedding Reading Ideas

Choosing a wedding reading is a personal thing. It has to speak to you, evoke a memory or feeling and then you’ll know when you’ve found the right one for the two of you.   Our wedding reading ideas are handpicked by our wonderful Celebrants and today’s poem has been chosen by Janni Knox, a wedding celebrant based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She shares her thoughts on her chosen poem, Wedding Thoughts: All I Know About Love by Neil Gaiman…   “I love this wedding reading so much because it’s about love, warmth and acceptance. The poem gives a message that a marriage will be as unique as the two individuals getting married and that’s okay. When I got married…

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Funeral Reading Ideas: A Death Poem by Bethany Rose

Funeral Reading Ideas: A Death Poem by Bethany Rose

The first in our new series of funeral reading ideas has been chosen by Georgina Halse, a creative celebrant based in East Devon with ‘an artist’s eye and an empath’s ear’. Her choice, A Death Poem by Bethany Rose is a poem of hope that aids the emotions of grief and loss.   George shares; “I love this poem as it addresses the longing for signs from the person we have lost, the fact they are gone but has a feeling of hope that they are still with us in a million little ways. It has a nod to the desperation of grief without being too focussed upon it. It can really help lift a ceremony to have something a…

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Wedding Reading Ideas: Invisible Kisses by Lemn Sissay

Wedding Reading Ideas and Inspiration for Your Ceremony

Today we start a series of wedding reading ideas for your ceremony. The first wedding reading has been chosen by Janni Knox, a wedding celebrant based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her choice, Invisible Kisses by Lemn Sissay, is a beautiful poem focusing on love, giving and being there for each other. Janni shares, “This is a favourite of mine; it’s about connection, and family. I get a tingle of excitement whenever it’s chosen for a wedding I am writing. I think it resonates for so many people because it deftly describes how important it is to be true to yourself and the understanding that love is so much more important than materialism. I think it fits so well with a…

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