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My name is Sabine and I am a wedding celebrant creating bespoke ceremonies in Cornwall and Devon. I make sure your ceremony is exactly as you want it to be because I use my creativity and passion to ensure that your important event turns out exactly how you imagine it. Whether you’re planning a beach wedding on Cornwall’s prettiest beaches, a special anniversary ceremony or a child naming ceremony you can rest assured that I will go the extra mile for you and create the ceremony you are dreaming off.
Neil Dutta at Angelic Diamonds, a UK wedding jewellery specialist, explores why humanist weddings have seen an increase in popularity in recent years. With official guidance looking to change in the not too distant future, giving celebrants more legal power to actually marry couples - removing the need for a pre- or post-blessing registry office date - here at County Wedding Magazine HQ we think this is a trend that will continue to soar.
Posted: 5 November 2021
Sabine Smith, the owner of Perfect Day Ceremonies, is a Cornwall-based independent event celebrant covering weddings throughout both regions. With more dog lovers acquiring a furry friend during the lockdown period, many couples want their pets to play a significant role at their weddings so we ask Sabine for some pet-friendly ceremony options. She tells us, "Wedding ceremonies are a family affair and more and more couples are wanting to make their fur babies a part of their celebrations. There are certainly plenty of ways for four-legged friends to join in!"
Posted: 24 June 2021
Sarah Chapman is a professional and experienced independent celebrant delivering bespoke ceremonies throughout Devon and Cornwall. We ask her advice about planning smaller weddings than couples maybe originally intended, making sure that their guests feel part of the day. Sarah says, "A wedding is about two people. It's great you'll be able to have others there to celebrate with you but don't let worries over who can't be there spoil the day for either of you.Book your legal marriage first at a registry office with two witnesses present, and then hire an independent celebrant. By doing so, you can celebrate your wedding somewhere that's important to you both, like on a beach, in a woodland area, on a clifftop or in a boutique hotel - the possibilities are endless. An outdoor location is better than sharing enclosed space so take advantage of the small guest list and head somewhere that you couldn't go otherwise with a select few family members and friends.
Posted: 19 November 2020