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Ceremonies During Lockdown

Ceremonies During Lockdown

If your wedding celebration date has had to be postponed, due to the lockdown and social distancing, you may still wish to mark the original date in some way.  This can be with an online event with family and friends.  Or you can keep it small and intimate, with just...
Ceremonies During Isolation.

Ceremonies During Isolation.

How I can work with you during this time. The coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused difficulties to many, and is likely to continue to affect plans and events for the coming weeks. Here’s how we can work around this. I am currently still offering home (face-to-face)...
Naming days

Naming days

A Naming Day is a celebration to officially welcome a new child into the world, and into the family.  It can include religious or spiritual aspects, or not, depending on the family’s wishes. There may be more than one background to be acknowledged, and we can ensure...
Blessingways

Blessingways

Blessingways, otherwise known as Mother Blessings or Belly Blessings, may seem like a new trend, but they have actually been around for centuries.  Unlike a Baby Shower, a Blessingway puts the focus on the Mother, and any gifts brought along are for her.  This...
What Happens When I Use a Celebrant?

What Happens When I Use a Celebrant?

You will have contacted me, or the Funeral Director will have given me your details.  You and I will arrange a mutually convenient time to meet.  If you can’t do weekdays, I can also do evening or weekend visits.  You may like to invite others to be present when we...
Why Do We Throw Dirt on the Coffin?

Why Do We Throw Dirt on the Coffin?

Chief mourners are usually offered some earth, which they can sprinkle a handful of onto the casket, at burials. This is then offered round to other mourners.  If you don’t wish to use earth, I can arrange alternatives such as flowers, petals, or sprigs of rosemary,...
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