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Perfect Day Ceremonies

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Amazing news! You have decided to get married!

I would love to write your unique 'love story' and acknowledge your journey from the very first day you met to the day you say "I do". I will work with your friends or family members who wish to contribute to the ceremony. Not only will I invest in you as a couple, but as individuals and I will explore more ways of making your ceremony as personal as possible. Capturing your love for each other and supporting you on your special day by creating a truly unique ceremony will be my pleasure.

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Wedding Celebrants in Devon and Cornwall - Related Wedding News

The rise of humanist weddings

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

Cornwall-based independent celebrant Sabine Smith talks pets at weddings

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

We speak to professional independent celebrant Sarah Chapman

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

Wedding celebrants support High Court case for legal recognition

Six couples are taking their case to the High Court on 7-8 July to take a landmark challenge over the legal recognition of humanist marriages; their case is being supported by humanist celebrants. Siân Jackson a celebrant, based in Neath, Wales commented, "Humanist ceremonies bring meaning, personality and depth to a non-religious ceremony in a way which is just not possible within the construct of a civil ceremony. Why shouldn't non-religious couples have the right to celebrate their union in a way that is significant to them, as religious couples do?"

Posted: 8 July 2020