Your special day the only way it should be
Making your ceremony
personalised and unique
Welcome to Vows that Wow
I am friendly, professional and accessible. and passionate about working with you to create the ceremony of your dreams.
Welcome! You’re here because you’re planning to celebrate a life-cycle event such as a wedding, vow renewal, ring-blessing, handfasting, baby-naming, or even a funeral. You are surely looking for a truly memorable and meaningful ceremony for your big day. Then you’ve come to the right place!
I take pleasure and pride in crafting a unique, bespoke ceremony together with you – a ceremony which will be just the way you want it – so, the religious element, the ritual content, the participants, the readings and music are all down to you.
I’ll be happy to make suggestions and give you ideas, and once you’ve chosen your framework, I’ll propose draft ceremonies that you are free to amend. On the day, you will know exactly what to expect and you can relax and enjoy yourselves. You’ll be confident you are in good hands.
As celebrant, my passion is to work closely with you to create a truly personal, bespoke wedding or commitment ceremony.
“Michael was the perfect choice for us. He had lots of great ideas and was happy to adapt them to our personal needs. We would highly recommend Michael’s services as he made us a very happy couple!”
MY LATEST BLOGS
You may accuse me of cynicism, but I am convinced that some suppliers put their prices up as soon as they see an engaged couple on the horizon. They know it's the couple's first time (or likely to be), so they assume the pair aren't very savvy in this area. On the...
Last year micro-weddings were taking the world by storm. OK, there were quite a lot of them – and at the expense of more lavish or traditional events. Of course, this was because of the peculiar conditions we were living under. Numbers had to be limited and social...
When I performed my first elopement ceremony recently, a number of people were curious. Did this take place in secret? Were there elements that you wouldn’t have expected in a “normal” ceremony? The circumstances were as follows: Anita and Bruce (not real names!)...