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Weddings

The time has come to put your special and unforgettable day together and what a better place to start than with your ideas, thoughts and suggestions being shared with someone who only wants to create what you want to make your day uniquely yours.

This is where White Wing Ceremonies come in. We like to listen to you and we take great pride in helping you make choices that inspire the day of your dreams. Everything is created with both of you in mind and the advantage is that you not only get to choose your own vows but also the venue, as ceremonies like this can be held anywhere.

You can choose a more traditional approach where some religious beliefs or readings are preferred or perhaps a more laid-back affair with your celebrations being held at home, as mine was, which is always a lovely alternative. Nothing is too much and together we can create a ceremony that combines all that you want.

Your family and friends are an enormous part of your day but in many ceremonies, most loved ones are simply spectators. At White Wing Ceremonies, we encourage you to use other family members to personalise your day with words of humour, which is inevitable or perhaps a poem. Why not get your children involved if you have them, they could perhaps sing or read something they have personally written for you.

Your creation is endless and it starts with the venue, the vows, the readings and the music to give you a few ideas.

 

As a Celebrant, I am passionate about giving you what you desire. You have an amazing opportunity to make your day as special as you are as a couple so feel free to contact us for more information and an informal chat.

"A perfect wedding is two imperfect people refusing to give up on one another and remember every love story is beautiful but yours will always be your favourite”

IMPORTANT - Please be aware that Civil Weddings are not legal marriages. Legal marriage formalities in the UK can only be undertaken by a registrar or a minister of religion - except in Scotland where other regulations apply.