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Renewal of Vows – Music

Music is the most emotive part of any ceremony.  When we meet we will talk about the music that is so important to you both and we can weave it […]

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Renewal of Vows – Sand Ceremony

Each of you comes to this relationship with unique strengths, vulnerabilities, and histories. When the two of you are blended together, you form something even more amazing. As the two […]

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Renewal of Vows – Flower Ceremony

Each flower has a different meaning: to give a dark pink rose symbolises thankfulness whereas to give a red Camellia shows your loved one that they are a flame in […]

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Renewal of Vows – Blessing of Rings

You can give each other new rings or I can bless your original rings – the choice is yours. This ring is the seal that I am yours and you […]

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Renewal of Vows – Celebrate your journey

Throughout your journey together you have made new friends, increased your family and have so many stories to tell.  A Renewal of Vows ceremony celebrates all you have been through […]

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Naming – Adoption

Adoption is another word for love – Remember Superman was adopted! We’ve Adopted You We didn’t give you the gift of life, but in our hearts we know The love […]

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Naming – Grandparents Promises

Grandparents bring wisdom, love and support to your family.  Ask them to make their own promises to your child You inherited a thousand generations of wisdom, skill, poetry, song, All […]

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Naming – Write your wishes

Ask your guests to write wishes for your children on the paper bunting and, as part of the ceremony, string the bunting on the wall.  Keep them in a Memory […]

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Naming – Parents promises

Parents can make solemn promises to care for their child as they grow up.  Write your heartfelt promises yourself to make the ceremony personal and extra special.

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Naming – Special People

Supporting Adults, Guardians, Fairy Godparents bring so much to family life and can teach your children life skills.  Ask the special people in your life to make their own promises.

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