Types of ceremonies
One of the best aspects of booking a celebrant for your ceremony is there are no restrictions in terms of format, style or content. As a result it can be completely personalised with all sorts of beautiful details, traditions and often guest involvement too.
It would be such an honour to be your wedding celebrant and to share with you this joyous occasion. I work closely with my couples, assisting them to design their own distinctive ceremony.
I specialise in beautiful bespoke weddings which reflect the high degree of “customization” and involvement the couple have in the design of their wedding ceremony. Some couples want very specific customs or rituals included and I pride myself in ensuring all their wishes are met. Having a celebrant gives you the flexibility to choose a time and location that is special to you.
In order to work as a celebrant it is vitally important to get to know the couple and their love story. This time spent together allows me to find the most authentic and appropriate words to celebrate your relationship. Of course I will have to do my research on any funny stories to keep you on your toes!
We are only limited by our imagination. Dare to be different!
A baby naming ceremony is essentially a modern-day alternative to a christening or baptism. In general they celebrate the arrival of a new child. It is a beautiful way of welcoming the child and officially introducing him/her to family and friends. Like all ceremonies should be, it is unique, personalised and it can be tailored to accommodate different cultural traditions, faiths and beliefs.
Ceremonies are often held during a child’s first year of life or on their birthday. However naming ceremonies can also be appropriate for anyone, at any age. Whether it is the arrival of a new baby or an official uniting of adopted or step children. While the naming ceremony does not have any legal status it truly is an amazing way to welcome your child and celebrate with friends and family as they begin their journey through life.
It is a very exciting time for marriage equality in Ireland. In May 2015, Ireland became the first country in the world to pass same sex marriage into law by popular vote. It’s always exciting to work with same sex couples to help plan, prepare and deliver a ceremony that showcases your love for one another. I would love to bring warmth, personality and fun to your unique ceremony. I will work closely with you, your family and friends to learn about your love story and to help deliver the wedding of your dreams.
As an opportunity to reaffirm your love for one another, a vow renewal is a beautiful way to celebrate your marriage. What’s better is that you can celebrate in whatever fashion you desire, whether you want this special occasion to be as elaborate as your wedding day or as simple as a backyard party.
The most important thing is that this reflects the two of you and the journey you have shared so far. To remember the meaningful times, the magical moments and to celebrate all this with your family and friends.