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Naming – Family promises

It is important to include brothers and sisters in the Naming Ceremony.  They can read a poem and make promises. The little girl who chatters away The little girl who […]

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Naming – Godparents

An old African saying states ‘It takes a whole village to raise a child’. In our complex world, even the most loving and capable parents benefit from help in raising […]

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Naming – Blowing Bubbles

William – happy little spirit. Smiling child, we wish you joy and health and strength and love and peace, on this your special naming day.

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Naming – Circle of Support

Please would you all come and stand around Daniel and his parents and link arms to form a circle.  Just as your hands have been linked to form a chain, […]

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Tree Planting Ceremony – Naming

The Laurel that we will be planting today is symbolic of the new life we are celebrating, It’s growth represents Zoe’s’s development into adulthood and it will remind us all […]

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Flower Ceremony to welcome your Baby

I would now like to ask everyone who is holding a flower to come forward and place them into this vase.  These roses are symbols of the love you have […]

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Welcoming Twins

Welcoming twins into your family is double the giggles and double the grins, and double the trouble if you’re blessed with twins! Wishing you many smiles and happy times to come […]

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Naming Ceremonies

One of the most exciting events in a family’s life is the arrival of a new baby or child, whether by birth, adoption or joining of families and many of […]

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Associate of the Guild of Cornish Celebrants

The Guild of Cornish Celebrants has been set up by Denise and Nicola to promote quality celebratory ceremonies which fully reflect the wishes and beliefs of the couples and families […]

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Wedding Ceremonies – Ideas

Choosing a celebrant to deliver your wedding ceremony gives you a whole range of options that a registrar just can’t.  So….you can have your ceremony anywhere, not just licensed venues.  […]

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