May 12, 2020 Postponing your wedding? Dreams can still come true Postponing your wedding, or considering it? Dreams can still come true! Here is my monthly update to couples. No hype, just facts. I hope you and your families are all well and staying...
Vow renewal romance was in the air on New Year's Eve when Max and Drew recommitted themselves to loving one another forever. We swooned and cried and laughed and cheered. The setting was magnificent and Dotties Events and Hire excelled themselves creating an intimate,...
Traditions from Sri Lankan and English weddings were used in the Humanist vow renewal ceremony at St Peter’s Hall.
Why do celebrants go to wedding fayres? because we love to network and learn!
Normal for Norfolk – a Humanist wedding at C17th Wiveton Hall on the North Norfolk coast.
No matter where you live in the world, we can create a fabulous ceremony using all the technology available to us.
What’s the difference between a Humanist ceremony and a non-religious celebration run by a Registrar?
Dawn Rees Ceremonies is a business sponsor of NORCASistema…. Social action through music for the children of Norwich.
Outdoor Humanist wedding in Hoxton with touches of Chile and New Zealand