Tag Archives: ceremony

Never work with animals or children
Never work with animals or children

25 December 2018

As a civil celebrant, I come across a lot of unpredictable elements that people choose for their ceremonies. Animals or children are known to...

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A Quirky Ceremony
A Quirky Ceremony

4 December 2018

Celebrating a big event? Something special? Would you consider a quirky ceremony? Surely a wedding or something needs to be religious? Or conventional, at...

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Ever considered a Vow Renewal?
Ever considered a Vow Renewal?

3 December 2018

There’s a convincing case for celebrating a wedding anniversary with a Vow Renewal. In fact, I can suggest a number of good reasons. You’re...

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Renewing Your Vows (again!)
Renewing Your Vows (again!)

1 October 2018

Let me get one thing straight at once. My title is ambiguous. I’m not necessarily talking about renewing your vows a second or third...

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Creating a Creative Wedding
Creating a Creative Wedding

13 September 2018

So many people assume that a wedding can’t be creative. It’s either got to be a full religious service or a register office ceremony....

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Considering remarriage?
Considering remarriage?

11 September 2018

Divorce isn’t the only reason why a marriage  breaks up . It could be due to death. And it’s reasonable that people can find...

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