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The love of a ceremony.

Posted by Claire Oxenham on April 9, 2013 at 5:15 PM

This week I want to take another look at the ceremonies, I know I’ve talked about them before but I feel it’s important that everyone understands what I actually do.

I feel very passionate about this job and take everything on board as to what a couple would like.

On the questionnaire I send out there are certain questions that I say,” would you like this mentioned in the ceremony”, if the answer is yes then I do my upmost to put it in, sometimes it takes me a while to get the flow but if my couple wants it in….. then in it goes!!

I do sometimes struggle with the readings and poems as I like this to capture the couple, a great example is of a couple last year renewed their vows after the woman had an illness but the questionnaire focused on their children, the love they had for them and they way with the husband and the wife did their best to not only cope with an illness but also protect the children. So I chose a family poem and paid tribute to the children,but the vows were completely for them and about moving forward and into the future as a new strong family unit.

Some time with the poems I hit the nail on the head and get it right first time, there are other times when I have to go back to the drawing board and keep looking, and other times the couples finds the readings themselves, but the point also I’m making is, is that this is their ceremony not mine, I only hope that with the skills I have I create the perfect ceremony for them, that they have everything that’s important to them past, present and future mentioned.

Thanks for reading, see you soon




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