Tag Archives: ceremonies

Wedding Update
Wedding Update

30 June 2020

Who’d plan a major event at this time? Off-putting as it may be – with regulations changing almost by the day and often ambiguous...

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Where we stand with Life-Cycle Ceremonies
Where we stand with Life-Cycle Ceremonies

23 June 2020

Things can move very quickly – it is fair to say that this has so far been an unprecedented year globally. However, since lockdown,...

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Are you saying RIP to your money or to your loved one?
Are you saying RIP to your money or to your loved one?

8 June 2020

The funeral industry took quite a bashing in Hannah Betts’ recent article in ‘The Telegraph Magazine’ (01.02.20) (with statistics provided by Sunlife). It wasn’t...

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What’s happening?

27 April 2020

More of a newsletter than a blog this week, but I thought I’d update you with what’s happening in the world of life-cycle ceremonies...

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Does humour have a place in a Civil Ceremony?
Does humour have a place in a Civil Ceremony?

2 December 2019

Few people expect a civil ceremony to be a side-splitting affair! However, if the person or persons being honoured are something of a ’character’,...

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American or English?
American or English?

18 March 2019

Do we want American-style weddings? American and British affairs can be strikingly different. We Brits do our pageantry really well, but Americans know how...

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