Alternative Ceremonies

Weddings, also known as marriage, matrimony and wedlock have been celebrated across different cultures and countries in different ways since ancient times. However, wedding laws have only been in existence in the last couple of hundred years.
There is evidence of humans marking the milestones in their lives in our whole history. It is natural to want to mark these rites of passage with friends and family. To create a deeply meaningful, memorable, and inclusive ceremony to celebrate the love and happiness of your commitment to each other, or the arrival of your children.
In life, the road is not always smooth and some couples may overcome challenges together and decide to renew their commitment to each other. Others may simply feel that they did not have the wedding ceremony they wanted the first time. So, we can create a worthwhile, significant vow renewal ceremony.
Some people may choose to simply have a partnership ceremony. This might be to signify two families coming together and we can make these inclusive of children of all ages.

Alternative Ceremonies
Perhaps you would like to have a ceremony to mark an important milestone in your life?
Perhaps you would like to renew your vows?
Perhaps you would like to have a ceremony to mark the end of a relationship?
Divorce ceremonies, change of life ceremonies, rites of passage; all of these can be created to celebrate momentary occasions.

It is in our human nature to want to gather the people we love and mark occasions with special ceremonies.
Humanist ceremonies are inclusive, personal, bespoke, individual, creative and flexible.

Whatever the ceremony, please feel free to make an enquiry.


Accredited Humanist Ceremonies Celebrant.
Contact me by emailing: or call me on +44 (0)7734 581184. Alternative, Unique Wedding Ceremonies and Naming Ceremonies.
Partnership Ceremonies, Vow Renewals, Divorce Ceremonies and Civil Ceremonies.
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