With a cold winter upon us in England, I cast my memory back to one of my summer ceremonies of 2015 and Gemma and Stuart’s beautiful beach wedding and sand ceremony in Skala, on the island of Kefalonia, Greece.
Congratulations, you found “The One”! You’ve booked the venue, the DJ and the photographer. The invites are in the post, the cake is in the oven. You have the dress, the shoes and the flowers are to die for. Sadly the actual ceremony itself has been overlooked! The “I Do’s”. The most important words that you will say to the most special person in the world, on your biggest day of your lives haven’t been given a thought. Don’t you think you should?
By using an independent Celebrant you can separate the legal aspects & paperwork and have your wedding ceremony wherever you want, whether it is a licensed venue or not.
A Humanist Celebrant and a Civil Celebrant are the same thing – right? Wrong! Justine Wykerd of Just Celebrations explains the difference between the two.