OUR APPROACH

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Like most of the couples who come to us, you believe that the ceremony is a crucial part of your wedding day. After all, it is THE moment when you commit to each other in front of your loved ones and say « I do ». This is why our approach is to help you every step of the way from the writing of your bespoke wedding ceremony to the celebration on the Big Day.

Our mission is to make sure that you and your guests cherish a lifelong memory of your ceremony.

We truly believe that the content of your bespoke wedding ceremony primarily depends on the relationship we establish with you. For this reason, we take take the time to listen to you, identify your needs and address any concerns you may have. 

We will be happy to answer all your questions but we will have lots of questions for you too as your answers will be useful for us to create your dream wedding ceremony.

A symbolic ceremony includes generally includes key stages such as the exchange of vows and wedding rings, however it is the manner in which these special moments are delivered and the words are used which gives your ceremony its unique character. Each couple has their own history, their own view on marriage and their own plans for the future. Each couple is unique, which is why every ceremony we create is equally unique.

To be able to write your bespoke wedding ceremony, we will regularly be in touch with you. We will also send you a questionnaire and fun quizzes in order to find out more about you. Everything you will share with us, even the smallest details will be helpful.

Once we have a precise idea of who you are, we will put together a selection of personalised documents such as examples of ceremony contents, advice sheets, ideas of songs, readings and poems, etc. These documents should help you determine what you would or would not like to include in your bespoke wedding ceremony, how it should be run and which tone should be given to your wedding celebration. Once you have taken in the information we gave you, we will ask you to write up your wish list. Don’t panic! We are not expecting you to write the content of your ceremony. It’s our job! All you need to do is to draw up a list of the key stages you would like to include in your ceremony, wordings which mean something to you, etc. Once we have your wish list, we will be ready to write up the first draft of your ceremony for you, which we will send to you for approval. We will then arrange a meeting with you to discuss the content of the draft and make the necessary amends until you are entirely happy with it.

On the Big Day, your celebrant shall be at your chosen wedding venue at least 30 minutes before the start of your ceremony. This will be the opportunity for her to introduce herself to your guests and make sure that the groom is not having a nervous breakdown! She will also introduce herself to the other wedding professionals involved such as the wedding planner, the caterer, the venue manager, the band, the photographer, etc. and finalise any last minute logistics details.

At the end of your ceremony, your celebrant will inform your guests about what happens next (congratulations, photo session, cocktail, etc.) and will offer you your wedding booklet which contains the text of your ceremony, a copy of your vows and your wedding certificate. You celebrant will be delighted to share a drink with you and your guests to celebrate your union. She will make a discreet exit when the right moment comes in order to let you enjoy this very special moment with your loved ones.

For more information and a free initial telephone or Skype chat

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