Why not have a 'Hand Fasting' Ceremony...

This can be either a stand-alone ritual - whereby the couple being fasted literally

"Tie the Knot" - or it can be included as a beautiful and symbolic addition to your traditional Wedding Ceremony. As part of the 'Fasting Ritual' our celebrant can tie the cords to make the 'bind' or other family members and friends can be involved.


A Ring Warming Ceremony...

This is a wonderful way to make your guests feel a part of your special day..

Before the brides arrival or before you say your vows, the rings can be passed along a piece of ribbon to each guest for them to give a silent wish for the bride and groom of love and good luck...

A Circling Ceremony...

This is a beautiful symbolic ceremony, where the bride and groom circle the alter three times, which are their first steps as husband and wife. The Unbroken circle represents the unbroken commitment to each other...

Jumping The Broom...

Jumping the Broom has its roots in slavery times, when slaves weren't allowed to marry, their family would put a broom on the floor for the couple to 'jump' over to be deemed as married. This is a fun adaption from old times, where the broom can then decorate a place of honour in their home.

A Sand Blending Ceremony...

A Sand Ceremony expresses the coming together of two people (or two peoples families) into one new family. Each person has a different colour sand and takes turns pouring it into one clear vessel, forming a layered effect, expressing the harmony of the entire family.