Welcome to my profile page. My name is Beverley Bulmer your wedding and funeral celebrant and I have lived in Norfolk all my life, now residing in Attleborough, just 8 miles from East Harling where I was born. My parents owned the village shop, and I have always had a strong connection in the community, continuing to choose a working life that revolves around people.
The choice to become a celebrant was an easy one, as I love supporting people and paying attention to the finer details. I trained with the United Kingdom Society of Celebrants (UKSoC) to qualify as a Civil Celebrant.
Using my ability to truly connect with people enables me to genuinely understand and get a feel for the ceremony that you are planning for your special occasion or life event ‚- All with the understanding and honouring that we have differing ways in which we feel to share our important rites of passage, whilst upholding our own values and personal significance.
Whether you are planning for the celebration of a life lived, the welcoming of a new baby or the joining of you and your partner in matrimony, I work with you to prepare a ceremony that ensures your day is exactly as you wish it to be. Including wording, readings and elements of your choice that are both special and personal to you.
In using the services of a celebrant, your ceremony is entirely your choice, no scripts or rigid protocol to follow. You have an open canvas to explore and express any theme you choose, all of which are a welcome addition to support the individual nature of your celebration.
I enjoy being organised and love all the preparations, details and personalisation that ensure your occasion is sincerely special and unique.
I look forward to meeting, supporting and working with you.
2 thoughts on “Beverley Bulmer | Wedding and Funeral Celebrant”
Beverley Bulmer conducted the ceremony at my husbands funeral on the 18th June.
She captured the whole essence of him in the reading of the family memories. You can tell that she cares for the families and listening to them at the original meeting she is getting to know the deceased.
Thank you Beverley.
My wife and I would like to renew our vows but with a pagan handfasting ceremony. Are you able to do this? We live in Lowestoft and would like the ceremony in a woodland setting