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Unique Ceremonies Retrospect 2016

Unique Ceremonies, 2016 in retrospect

Dear Bride & Groom,

First, allow me to introduce myself: My name is Magali. I am the proud founder of Unique Ceremonies, which has been specialising in the writing and celebration of personalised symbolic wedding ceremonies since 2009.

7 seasons have passed and we have had the pleasure to meet over a hundred touching couples who entrusted us with one of the most important day of their lives.

As we offer a truly bespoke service, we can proudly say that we have established a privileged relationship with our brides and grooms and had the pleasure to meet their loved ones.

Couples often choose the symbolic wedding ceremony to complement their legal ceremony, often short and impersonal and to replace the religious ceremony which does not always reflect how couples live nowadays and wish to mark their commitment.

When Unique Ceremonies was created back in 2009, symbolic wedding ceremonies still were rather confidential in France, therefore our clientele was almost exclusively international, coming from all around the world to celebrate their wedding with a French touch in a prestigious venue.

7 years on, more and more French couples use our celebrant services. This changing trend clearly reflects their need to get away from traditions and legal constraints and express their feelings in a more personal way with a bespoke ceremony performed in a relaxed atmosphere with professionalism and humour.

With a symbolic wedding ceremony, couples have the opportunity to create with their celebrant a ceremony which focuses on their personality, their values, their history and the love that binds them.

I am delighted to invite you to watch this slideshow which sums up our 2016 wedding season. Again, we enjoyed many priceless moments with “our brides & grooms” filled with emotions, laughter and a few tears. I wish to take this opportunity to thank the couples who trusted us to celebrate their wedding ceremony and welcome the future brides and grooms whom we will have the pleasure to work with in 2017 and prepare a Unique Ceremony…

Unique Ceremonies, 2016 in retrospect
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