Tag Archives: civil ceremony

Wedding Myths
Wedding Myths

28 January 2019

In my role as a civil celebrant, I meet a lot of people who have been fed myths about marriage options . My goal...

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What’s your next special occasion?

31 December 2018

As you’re probably reading this around the New Year, your next special occasion may well be New Year’s Eve. Well, to be honest, I...

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Wonderful Venues for Vow Renewals
Wonderful Venues for Vow Renewals

26 November 2018

You may never even have considered renewing your vows, but one of the beauties of such a ceremony (as opposed to a wedding, say)...

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Later Marriage
Later Marriage

12 November 2018

Later marriage is surprisingly common these days, even if most people still tend to think of a wedding as a “young person’s thing”. Why...

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Expecting the Extraordinary
Expecting the Extraordinary

21 August 2018

The extraordinary is part and parcel of the work of a celebrant. “I want a Jewish wedding. My boy friend’s not Jewish, but he’s...

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Wedding Choices
Wedding Choices

29 May 2018

To many people, a wedding needs to be either fully religious or else secular (held in the register office). Well, those won’t float everybody’s...

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