Top Tips To Personalise your Wedding Ceremony.
Do you want to use symbols and ritual to make your wedding ceremony memorable and inclusive with your friends and family?
When we first meet, I will take you on a journey, a journey of discovery, together we will uncover your ideas and creativity. The ideas that will make your heart leap at the thought of using them to personalise your ceremony. The inclusion of fun things and romantic moments. We will explore the possibility of including family and friends in an assortment of ways from reading a particular poem or exert from a film or book, the lighting of a candle, handfasting, tie the knot, jump the broom. I love nothing more than to brainstorm with couples to work through the many ideas and inspirational things that we share. You will be able to ask me questions the what is and why’s of using gestures and symbolism in your wedding ceremony. Tying the knot, handfasting, jumping the broom, ribbon, spice and chocolate ceremonies to name but a few. What do they mean and why should you include them in your service?
I love the use of poetry and prose, you may have some lyrics from ‘Your Song” or a saying that you both share we will find ways to fit them in making every part of your ceremony unique to you.
You will be amazed at the number of gestures and symbols that we can include. Don’t feel overwhelmed contact me now, and we can start to talk share and find your personal choices, preparing to enhance your magical wedding day using the traditional to the modern, romantic and fun. Balancing the serious nature of your loving commitment with the extension of that love to encompass your friends and family. I guarantee that whatever rituals or symbolic gestures you choose that everyone who attends your wedding ceremony will go away with a treasured unique moment of your fantastic wedding day.
Head over and fill my contact form, send me an email. I am excited to work with you both as we entwine you both as individuals and create an expression of your love using ritual and symbolism.