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About Susan Foxall Ceremonies
My role as a celebrant is to take care of your words: to create a personal, meaningful ceremony that is as unique as you are. Susan Foxall Ceremonies gives you the opportunity to have a bespoke tailor-made ceremony that's all about the two of you.
UPDATE - Winner 'Wedding Celebrant of the Year 2020' :)
Firstly, huge congratulations! Secondly, good choice to consider a Celebrant for your bespoke ceremony. When choosing your Celebrant, keep in mind that you need someone you can resonate with; connect with; and who 'gets you' quickly as a couple. That way, your celebrant tunes into who you really are, and ensures that your ceremony and your vows are truly bespoke, personal and so memorable that you and your lucky guests will be talking about the ceremony for many months afterwards.
As an award winning wedding Celebrant, Susan is an expert in creating and conducting your bespoke ceremony, from putting you at ease at your first meeting, to helping with any worries or questions you may have about your special moments together at the top of the aisle. Many years of experience means that Susan is calm, professional and the right Celebrant for you both.
But, don't take this as gospel - go take a look at her website. There you will find many gorgeous photos, and many glowing testimonials that affirm you are making the right call.
Get in touch today for a free no-obligation first meeting, have all your questions answered, and then it will be another tick on your wedding list!
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