Birthday Ceremony on Banquet Boat



HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

We celebrated John’s birthday with High Tea on the wonderful Banquet Boat based in Dartmouth.  Sarah and Callum welcomed us aboard with Prosecco then motored up the river to Dittisham.  Sarah then brought out a feast of delights for us to eat with lashings of tea and more Prosecco.

We raised our glasses to John and sang Happy Birthday as he blew out the candles on the Strawberry Meringue Roulade – specially chosen as it was Gluten Free.

We returned three hours later after our trip on the Dart – we even saw a large seal sunning itself on the beach.

A memorable day and we were looked after with smiles and care.  Nothing was too much trouble for Sarah and Callum, we highly recommend them – they even played our favourite music!

All ceremonies can be performed on this beautiful boat for up to 12 guests.  have a look at their website then call me for more information about your Renewal of Vows, Weddings, Baby Namings and even Funeral Wakes.

 

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Wedding Confetti

Your dried petals from funeral flowers can also be saved for Confetti – a wonderful addition to a family wedding.

Thank you for a Perfect Ceremony



I am always so moved when I receive wonderful feedback from families.  It makes a big difference to me as it confirms that I am offering them ceremonies that celebrate their loved ones lives in the best way possible.  The Institute of Civil Funerals sent me this feedback recently:

We had never heard of a ‘celebrant’ until this occasion, and were so grateful that the funeral directors recommended Sarah. Sarah gave our mum a fabulous send-off, for which we are truly grateful. It was warm, sincere and full of our mum’s unique character. Mum would have loved it. Most people commented on how ‘lovely’ it was. We can’t thank Sarah enough, she was sensitive,  efficient and just great.

After the ceremony everyone was invited to the beach for fish and chips followed by an ice cream as this was one of Mum’s favourite places!

 

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Unique Jewellery.

Petals can be made into sentimental keepsakes like jewellery: bracelet charms to keep a loved one close by, a necklace or tie clip to keep them near the heart, a pendant to wear their love proudly – even a paperweight.

A Somerset Company, Blooms Forever – http://www.bloomsforever.co.uk , receive petals and flowers by mail and create beautiful wearable pieces for holidays, birthdays and every day a family wants their loved one near.

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I felt privileged to perform the Renewal of Vows ceremony in Venice for Naomi and Graham.

I have created and performed ceremonies in so many different locations over the years; in woodland, beaches, cliff tops, hotels, gardens, parks, and even in your home.

I offer Weddings, Hand Fasting, Same Sex Weddings, Renewal of Vows

Rites of Passage such as Birthdays, Engagements, Coming of Age and other Special Anniversaries.

Alternative Christenings/Naming ceremonies for babies and children including joining families together, Stepfamilies and Adoption

Funerals focussing on celebrating and/or reflecting the life of your loved one

Celebration of Life ceremonies as a time to honour and appreciate the living who may be near the end of their lives

All my ceremonies are bespoke and together we will create meaningful memories, which will bind you closer and give joy to all the special people on your special day.

Contact me for more information

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Memory Keepsakes

Keep your loved ones close.  Dried flower petals from your Funeral flowers can be placed, with ashes, in a Memory Keepsake created from the fabrics of those you love.

Winnie from www.bagsfullofmemories.co.uk will be able to help and advise.

 

 

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