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Inspiration & Expert Advice to Help You Create Your Own Wedding Ceremony!


Following on from previous posts about being respectful... as the celebrant, being conscious of the layout of the ceremony and the choreography. For example, when moving to undertake the signing of the documents, direct the couple to move to the signing table first and then follow. It may seem obvious to most however it is worth mentioning and is an important part of the choreography of a ceremony and shows great respect to the parties.

It is essential to allow plenty of time at ceremonies to talk with guests, to be observant and not rush things. This creates space and awareness of some of the finer details which can show themselves. There are many other ways and I would love to hear your ideas on this topic if you would like to email any questions through to me.

Throughout time displays of respect and gratitude have touched people deeply especially when they least expect it. May respect and gratitude flow in abundance particularly at these very special occasions in people’s lives.

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