Wedding ceremony led by London based celebrant Rosalie Kuyvenhoven. Venue: Gaynes Park, Essex. Photo credits: Cristina Rossi

Els and Casey: a celebration of the most tender and true love

I am so proud to be able to share the story of Els and Casey’s wedding with you. This beautiful couple had the most moving ceremony. Love doesn’t get more true and tender than theirs. Els and Casey met as teens and from the moment they met their hearts would skip a few beats when[…]

Celebrant-led wedding ceremony

Forget-me-nots and other subtle ways to honour a loved one at your wedding ceremony

Meghan Markle’s wedding bouquet included forget-me-nots, Diana, Princess of Wales’, favourite flowers. Prince Harry had handpicked them. I was quite moved by this detail. A subtle, gentle, heartfelt and truly personal way for Harry and Meghan to honour Harry’s mother.   Honouring a continuous bond When you are getting married you would like to be[…]

Get inspired for your wedding ceremony: six examples of modern wedding rituals

When you design your own wedding ceremony, you can involve any ritual and symbol that is meaningful to you. Read, for example, in one of my other blogs, how a multi-faith couple included a personalised ritual, inspired by the Jewish wedding ceremony, to their special day. However, you don’t need to invent the wheel yourself.[…]