Tag Archives: weddings

“You pays your money …”
“You pays your money …”

27 September 2019

You can spend ages preparing for a wedding. You can be indefatigable. You may be inventive, thorough and ridiculously pessimistic. You think of absolutely...

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How can you Trust a Celebrant?
How can you Trust a Celebrant?

2 September 2019

When I was training to become a civil celebrant, my group was asked why we had chosen this career path. I vividly remember one...

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Mixed-Faith Weddings
Mixed-Faith Weddings

28 May 2019

In my experience, demand for mixed-faith weddings is on the rise. I’m not sure that the statistics I found are completely up-to-date, but apparently...

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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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You Can’t Win Them All!
You Can’t Win Them All!

11 March 2019

At the end of most of the ceremonies I perform, I receive positive feedback, sometimes very positive indeed. This is most pleasing, because I...

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5 Canny Ways of Saving Money on your Wedding
5 Canny Ways of Saving Money on your Wedding

25 February 2019

“Weddings” and “saving money” are uneasy bedfellows.  They seem like paradoxes. After all, weddings often cost thousands, even tens of thousands, of pounds. So...

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