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To live is to write a story

To live is to write a story

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FAQ's

  • What does a celebrant do at a wedding?

    A celebrant is a person who performs ceremonies marking some of life's biggest milestones.

    As well as officiating weddings, celebrants often perform vow renewals, baby naming ceremonies and funerals. For weddings, a celebrant will create a bespoke, meaningful ceremony that isn't religious.

  • Can a celebrant legally marry you?

    Is my Celebrant Wedding Ceremony legally binding?

    No. You will need to arrange for a Civil Partnership Registration in the Registrar's office with two adult witnesses to legally register your marriage.

    This is the 'admin' part of the process, and does not need to be treated as a formal ceremony.

  • What is the ceremony like?

    A Celebrant like me writes a bespoke ceremony script just for you – no two ceremonies will be the same.
    The difference is that a Registrar simply “fills in the gaps” of a standard ceremony script.

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