5 Reasons You Need A Humanist Celebrant At Your Wedding

1. Humanist weddings aren’t just non-religious. They’re ceremonies that are designed all-around YOU. How is that different from the formulaic registry office ceremony? Well, I’ll tell you. Instead of you being two names on a list of ten for the day, your celebrant...

Polly and Chris: two-day festival wedding

In theory I travel all over the country to conduct humanist weddings but, in reality, I’ll only do an overnight stay for the absolute MEGABABE couples who I can tell are going to be a hoot to work with, and whose wedding I’m clambering to be a part of! Polly and Chris...

What Humanism Means To My Work on #WorldHumanistDay

Happy World Humanist Day, babes! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, etc etc. I’ve spoken extensively about Humanist weddings and what they can do for you (quick answer: a LOT), but as it’s a day to spread the awareness of Humanism as both a philosophical...

Kelly and Sam: humanist wedding ceremony at Copdock Hall

Kelly and Sam were married in a humanist wedding ceremony at Copdock Hall, Ipswich, on a baking hot afternoon in July. The two of them have known each other since their university days and were friends for several years before they eventually got together one cold...

Kim and Ho: fun and relaxed outdoor ceremony at Aynhoe Park

When the call came through from the lovely Vanessa at R and F Weddings last year ‘I’ve got a couple of crazy cool Australians who want a wedding ceremony as mad as they are’, I WAS IN! (And that was before she told me the venue would be Aynhoe Park, a brilliantly...