Are you looking for a celebrant, toastmaster or Wedding MC for a wedding near Nottingham? Toastmasters are a just one of many great wedding traditions which will add a touch of nostalgic charm to your day. The toastmaster will act as a master of ceremonies throughout the reception, introducing the happy couple and each of the wedding speeches. Using a Wedding Celebrant will allow you the flexibility that you may want for your Wedding Ceremony, being able to have your wedding wherever you choose, reflecting your personal beliefs and lifestyle without restriction.
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Independent Celebrant for your beautiful ceremony.
Derby, DE72 2GZ
I am a friendly 'non dowdy'(!) Independent Celebrant for weddings, vow renewals and baby naming ceremonies. I can work in any style; traditional, modern, theatrical, I am flexible! Completely bespoke for you - Your Day - Your Way!
Hi, I'm Evelyn Silver, the founder of Star Ceremonies, here to help you create your dream ceremony in the location of your choice, whether secular or spiritual, traditional or completely original - whatever is right for you.
Unique, personal and meaningful wedding ceremonies
Newark, NG24 1ET
Your wedding is special and your ceremony should be as unique as you are. I am an experienced celebrant so if you want traditional or contemporary, practical or romantic, spiritual or secular or a mix of these, your ceremony can be unique & personal.
Professional Celebrant offering bespoke ceremonies for Weddings, Vow Renewal, Baby Naming, Blended Families, Funerals & more. Whether Elegant, Themed, Flamboyant or Unique - please allow me to convey your Love, Feelings & Memories through words.
Ali Fleming of Cariad Personal Ceremonies is a wedding celebrant in Derbyshire who has over 20 years of experience in the wedding industry. Ali aims to put the “Importance of the ceremony “ back onto the agenda without any restrictions.