As professional non-denominational Officiant, I can custom your ceremony to meet your needs.



Mobile wedding officiant

Non-denominational ceremony service's

Disney Weddings

Beach Weddings

Intimate Weddings

Small and simple weddings

Large Weddings

Elopements

Renewal of Vows

LGBT Marriages

Theme weddings

Last-minute-weddings

Personalised ceremony/Vows

Rehearsals​​​​

Lakefront Weddings

Back Garden weddings

Venue weddings


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​Adding an ancient or modern addition to your wedding ceremony, is a beautiful and meaningful way

that will bond you both together and blend your lives as one…
(Couples, to supply items required for the additional ceremony)

Sand Ceremony

"Blending of the Sands" ceremony is the pouring of two different colored sands together symbolising joining as one and can be added to include children or family members concluding a joining of both families.
 

Hand-fasting & Tying the Knot Ceremony

The symbolism of hand-fasting is to show your declaration of intent, Celtic lands formerly recognised hand-fasting as a marriage, just as binding as one performed in a church. The ancient practice of hand-fasting gave us the phrases "Tying the knot" and "The Bonds of Matrimony".
 

Wine Ceremony - Blending of Wines

Wine Ceremony is the pouring of two different colored wines together into one glass, drinking from the mixed wine glass, symbolising the joining of you both as one.


Wine box & Love Letters Ceremony – Wine and letter box 

Contains a bottle of wine and each couple writes a love letter to the other, and seals the envelope, during the ceremony these letters are placed in to the box with the wine and the box is locked and not unlocked until the 5th wedding anniversary, the box can be opened and each of you read the love letter your spouse wrote to you.


Unity Candle Ceremony

The unity candle ceremony uses two taper candles with a large pillar candle – By lighting 2 white candles, together you lite the pillar candle to symbolise joining as one.



​Glass Unity Ceremony

As a couple you choose 2 colors of glass, during the unity glass ceremony you both mix the two different colorfully mixed pieces of glass that represents each of you into one jar to represent. 

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