Expert advice about celebrant

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Saying 'I do'

Saying 'I do'

Q. We want our wedding ceremony to reflect us as a couple. How can we tailor the proceedings to make sure they're meaningful and personal to us?

A. Pat Morgan says: Pat says: With celebrant-led ceremonies, there are no restrictions; you can have what you want for your celebration. This is your precious moment and needs to be treasured in a way that's special to you.

Personally, I work closely with my couples throughout the journey, get to know them, listen to their ideas, hopes and desires, then craft a ceremony that truly reflects their personalities, beliefs and dreams.

It can be a traditional affair or include something like a handfasting, jumping the broom or a beautiful sand ceremony; the creative possibilities are endless.

You may want to incorporate a particular theme to reflect your interests, there's no time or word limit, you can include religious references, or not - it's up to you. It's your day and you can celebrate it your way in the location of your choice.

Pat Morgan,Moments in Time Ceremonies
momentsintimeceremonies.co.uk