Civil Celebrant Ceremonies in Norwich, Norfolk and the UK

Introducing you to the array of Civil Celebrant ceremonies that are bespoke to you, all available in Norwich, Norfolk and throughout the UK

Weddings – Every type of Ceremony and Blessing

As a professional celebrant, it’s my intention to always create a bespoke ceremony which is meaningful to you.

Whether you prefer a ceremony which is traditional in its content or something more modern, in a lavish or intimate setting.

I can create that unique ceremony that fits you perfectly which can include every aspect of this special and happy time including Hand Tying, Sand Unity Ceremony, Unity Candles etc.

Renewal of Vows

Renewing your Vows, is a beautiful way to show your partner that you still love them, in most cases even more than the day you got married.

Some couples have their bridesmaids and best man with them and the day can mirror your wedding day

and include your own personal vows to each other

With no restrictions have this lovely ceremony as you want it and where you want it….home or abroad, woodlands, beaches, gardens, marquees…

or simply in a hotel or restaurant with close friends and relatives.

Naming Ceremonies – Babies, Children & Adults

Baby naming ceremonies can be held anywhere that you choose, including your house, garden, hotel or even a field the decision is yours.

It’s a beautiful way to welcome your child into this life.

In a Celebrant service God parents are referred to as life guardians or mentors, and it makes agreeing to protect and support your son or daughter in a healthy and positive way much more conclusive.

This especially works if you want to have life guardians that are of mixed religious beliefs.

The grandparents also play an important part in the ceremony, which makes it a real family affair.

The naming ceremony can form part of your marriage ceremony if you require

Older children can have this ceremony as well if they like, there are no age restrictions.

End of Life Ceremony

Knowing that you are going to die soon, it can be helpful to discuss with the people close to you your ideas and wishes for when that time comes.

This will probably be a difficult and emotional conversation, but by sharing how you would like your funeral service to be, including music choices and your own words, this will often take away difficult decisions later on. Letting those people know what you want and how also means that options can be explored before that day comes which may save on time and cost.

An alternative is a ‘living funeral’ where a gathering is organised, and your memories and life adventures and happenings are celebrated with the people who often form part of them. Many have enjoyed the chance to have all their friends with them together.

Funerals and Memorial Services

The Funeral Service contains the story of the deceased’s life, celebrating their life in an uplifting way, however long or short, playing the music they enjoyed, surrounded by the people they loved.

Hymns and prayers can be included, remember its a celebration of that life, loved and shared, and even though this is the saddest of all days,

there will be parts that make you smile as you remember and parts that make you cry, it will be spiritual and uplifting.