Have you ever considered a Naming or Welcoming Ceremony?
Those of us fortunate enough to experience parenthood, either naturally or through adopting children, will agree that our children mean the world to us.
As parents we commit to giving the ultimate support to our children, and it's wonderful to have a unique ceremony, where we can make promises to our children, to nurture and support them throughout their lives.
It would be my pleasure to design a tailor made Naming Ceremony for your new family member.
I also offer a Welcoming or Bonding Ceremony to welcome adopted or step children into their new families.
It would be my honour to design a bespoke commitment ceremony for you, that reflects all the love that you feel for each other.
You know, sometimes we just do not feel the need to have legalities bound around our love.
A Commitment Ceremony is a beautiful way to declare your love and commitment to each other, a way to make promises before the people that you care about the most.
I would love to design your Ceremony!
What a marvellous thing to do!
Renewing your vows is so special, a celebration of your marriage, with all its ups and downs.
A happy marriage is quite an achievement, so let's celebrate it!
I am here to help you make memories, and I would like to offer you a unique ceremony, written with love and care.
I am fortunate to be happily married, and it will be our 30th year of marriage this year.
I know, only too well, that a marriage has to be worked at by both parties to be successful and it isn't always plain sailing 😳
So when people ask me to write their Vow Renewal Ceremony, I view this as my ultimate honour!
A happy marriage has many stories to tell, and I would love to weave your stories into a perfect ceremony to reflect your lives together!
Hand fasting has become a symbolic action, used for many weddings.
However, in the past it was used for those wanting to test the true compatibility of their love prior to marriage.
Typically, people would be bound by hand fasting, in a contract where they would live together for a year and a day-with the couple free to leave each other and find new spouses if it didn't work out.
But, if the union remained strong, it was expected that the couples would go on to marry "in full".
What a perfect symbolic action for an engagement!
Allow me to design and deliver your engagement ceremony. You can choose cords or ribbons that have meaning for you.
Ribbons of different colours have different meanings.
I can guide you on this.
The same ribbons can then be woven into even more ribbons to tie the knot on your wedding day, and then, many years later, the ribbons can complete the circle, by being used in a naming ceremonies for your children.
How lovely is that?🤱