Jackie Warburton | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Celebrant in Yorkshire for Weddings, Handfastings and Funeral Ceremonies

Hi, I’m Ellie an original alternative wedding, handfasting, and funeral celebrant. As an alternative person, the reason I became a celebrant was to create ceremonies for those seeking an alternative to what is customary.

Sally Johnson | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Celebrant in the West Midlands for Weddings and Funeral Ceremonies

Hi, my name is Sally and I am a wedding and funeral celebrant based across the West Midlands. Working with you I will provide a personalised ceremony for you and your family.

Kay Hamilton | Family & Funeral Celebrant

Originating from a Somerset town in the West Country, I moved to Bristol to do my nurse training in 1979. It was during my nurse training that I discovered the area I really connected with , understood and had a passion for, was Intensive Care Nursing.  This led me to London to do the Intensive Care Nursing course and subsequent Staff Nurse and Sister’s posts.

Shaun Davies | Funeral Celebrant

My name is Shaun Davies. I was born in Stoke on Trent and have stayed local, now living in Newcastle-under-Lyme. My wife, Jayne, and I married in 1992, and since then we have spent a lot of the time working hard, but also travelling around the Globe visiting other countries and taking in different Cultures.

Paul Standbrook | Family & Funeral Celebrant

Hello, I’m Paul Standbrook and I’m Dad and Grandad to a close-knit, large extended family. I live with my partner Sam (also a Celebrant) in a little cottage in the country and she and I share long experience of providing support at important times in people’s lives. Over the last twenty years I have built a deep insight and a keen interest in people and in the way in which key events impact their lives.

How to Plan a Renewal of Vows Ceremony

With many people currently having small, legal weddings with a view to a bigger celebration in the future, one of the biggest questions these people might be asking is how they should plan a renewal of vows ceremony. From selecting the venue to deciding what’s going to be said in the ceremony, planning a renewal Read more…

5 Reasons Why Children Should Go to Funerals

In many families, when someone dies, there can be a tendency to protect younger members of the family from what has happened. Parents and role models often do this is several ways: by sugar-coating the description of what has happened; by introducing the idea that the child will see the person again in some kind Read more…

When is the Best Time for a Naming Ceremony?

According to a 2018 survey, religiosity in the UK is on the decline, with 52% of the public now saying they do not belong to any religion, a rise from 31% in 1983. As a result, naming ceremonies are becoming a popular way to welcome a new child into the world, working as a replacement Read more…