My ceremonies look different for every couple, as each is unique and I aim to personalise every experience. I always make it my priority to get to know you as a couple and connect with you first, so I can customise the ceremony and make you feel relaxed and comfortable along the way.
I’ll be there to support you from planning stage to the moment you say ‘I do’ – and I haven’t had a no yet! A natural storyteller (as I like to call myself), I will deliver your ceremony with warmth, eloquence and humour.
If you’ve been married for many years, or have reached a special anniversary and want to celebrate this achievement (because that’s what it is!), then I can help put together a vow renewal ceremony tailored for you.
I’ll get to know you and how your relationship has developed over the years, so I can deliver a unique and heartfelt ceremony with your family and friends. You can choose to have loved ones be a part of the ceremony, just like on your wedding day. It is truly a celebration of your married life so far and can be one of the most special memories you have together.
Naming ceremonies are not just for little bub’s arrival; they can also be for welcoming step or adopted children into a family, or even an adult name change.
Whatever the occasion, I’ll create a special naming ceremony for you or your children to be officially welcomed into your community of family and friends. It’s also an opportunity for loved ones to declare their love, support and the role they will have in their life. If you’re not sure what you want included in your ceremony, don’t worry – that’s what I’m here for!
Funerals are not just about grieving, but about celebrating the wonderful life of a loved one. With genuine compassion and a touch of humour, I’ll make sure your loved one’s life is celebrated in a meaningful, uplifting and personal ceremony that friends and family can look back on and remember fondly. During what is a difficult and often daunting time, I’ll be there for support during the process and a steady, calming presence for the ceremony.
I consider it a privilege to help remember and honour someone’s life and help provide some closure for those in attendance at the ceremony.