Celebrant Kate  


Inclusive Independent  Celebrant 


Celebrating life and love from beginning to end.

Funerals

Handfasting ceremonies

Weddings

Baby naming ceremonies

Vow renewals

Getting Married? Congratulations!

Here you will find some wonderful ideas to enhance your ceremony. Getting the legal side done separately means that you can then plan the perfect wedding, be it small or large, with me. So many wonderful ways to show your unity, involve your family or celebrate your union in your own way.

here are a few ideas - but each of my ceremonies is as unique as my couples - so why not get in touch and we can get planning!

Small wedding ceremonies are my speciality!

Sand ceremony

The sand ceremony is a wonderful way to celebrate the blending of your lives together. It is even better when two families join together . Everyone pours their own colour of sand to create a beautiful sand sculpture to keep forever. Choose a container and colours you like as part of the ceremony.

Wedding ring warming

Your wedding rings are passed from hand to hand. As each person holds your wedding ring they pass on their love and good wishes to you both. The rings are imbued with all the love in the room. What a wonderful way to start your married life.


Oathing Stone

Your own personalised oathing stone - plain or painted to your own specifications. Ancient people believed that an oath made over stone held power and would last forever. I will let the stone choose you - and then help you to write your vows, involving and honouring your ancestors and asking them for their blessings for your union. You can keep the stone afterwards as a symbol of your love and the vows it holds deep within.

planting ceremonies

Plant a tree or sew some seeds to celebrate your union. You may like to include a ceremony which Invokes the elements to guide and protect you throughout your marriage.

‚ÄčUnity Candle

The unity candle symbolises your lives becoming one. You each take a lit candle and jointly light the unity candle. This can be,decorated with your wedding date and text from your vows, or any other meaningful text. It burns throughout the ceremony, and can be kept and lit each year on your anniversary to remind you both of the vows you made.