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Create a memorial wreath. After funeral flowers have been dried in the sun or on your windowsill buy twine and a foam cylinder from Hobbycraft or your local florist to create a beautiful wreath. This can be hung near family photos or even on the front door, so families can feel the presence of their loved one every time they return home.

Bovey Castle – Owl Ring Bearer



Anastasia and Martin celebrated their Wedding at Bovey Castle witnessed by their family and friends who were amazed when the rings were delivered by an OWL!

I look forward to receiving more photographs.

Thank you so much for making our wedding the most memorable day of our life. It was PERFECT and it couldn’t have been done without your hard work.  We continue to receive comments from guests about how amazing everything was. Thank you for reading our vows and  bringing tears to so many people’s eyes. It was such a special day and we will cherish the memories for a long time. We will send pictures for the “portfolio” when we get them but didn’t want to delay any longer sending our gratitude! Martin and I are eternally grateful.

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Add flowers to meaningful bouquets. Weddings, graduations and other special events are emotionally challenging for families who’ve recently lost a loved one. Tucking flowers from the service into wedding bouquets and corsages for special days is a special, private way to bring a loved one into a milestone event.

12th September 2012. Tamsin and Alex’s wedding at Middle Coombe Farm in Tiverton, Devon. Photos by Emma Stoner www.emmastonerweddings.com

Bring Me Sunshine



This amazing lady was 99 years old and the ceremony lasted an hour as all her family wanted me to share happy memories of their Mum, grandma and Great grandma.  We left to “Bring Me Sunshine” as she adored Morecambe and Wise!

Sarah was fantastic and showed genuine interest and compassion throughout.  She was amazing and made everything so easy and stress free as well as giving an accurate and sensitive account of our Mums life.  I was completely satisfied with how the service went and I couldn’t have chosen a better person in Sarah.

One of my extended family members said she was so impressed she was going to change her own funeral plans. 

 

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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