A Yurt Wedding in Yorkshire -York Wedding Venue

Yorkshire and Zimbabwean Wedding Ceremony Yorkshire Wedding Ceremony with International Relations It was in York at the Shambles Kitchen where Sarah and Daniel’s eyes met over a loaf! Whilst eyeing up the menu, Sarah’s eyes were drawn towards a dark haired beardy guy with a weird accent (Zimbabwean) that was working there and indeed Daniel’s … Read more

Why have a Celebrant Ceremony?

Why have a Celebrant-led ceremony for your wedding? Although more people are now aware of what a celebrant is and does, there are still many folk that are unaware of them and what one does. So, to explain the basics, here are some simple questions answered! I hope it helps!!   Are you a registrar? … Read more

Yorkshire Same Sex Wedding Ceremony

Yorkshire Brides! As with most of my initial meetings with couples, the venue is usually a pub!! I first met Nicole and Sophie in The Habit in York to see if we were right for each other. After 10 mins of sitting down with a pint in our hands, we found out that this certainly … Read more

Yorkshire Brewery Wedding

Yorkshire Brewery – Top of the Wold Wedding! When I first met Lou and Pete in a pub in York, it felt as if we had known each other for a long time. After a couple of drinks and a substantial amount of time chatting, I was honoured to be asked to perform their wedding ceremony in the … Read more

A Yorkshire Countryside Wedding

Out in t’yonder – A wedding ceremony in Yorkshire!   At Braisty Estate on 2nd September 2017, we couldn’t have asked for better weather! The surrounding views of the Yorkshire countryside with Brimham Rocks as a back drop was the perfect setting for Becky and Alfie’s outdoor wedding ceremony. I’d first met Becky and Alfie … Read more

A Wedding Musical by a Yorkshire Celebrant!

Themed-wedding ceremony in Yorkshire! ‘So Lou, we would like a ceremony that links our love of Musicals, Fairy Tales, Superheroes, Roald Dahl, and Rainbows and also involves our guests as much as possible yet with a bit of tradition and symbolism also thrown in!’ This is what Ellen and Vicky told me last year when … Read more