What is the Difference Between a Marriage Ceremony and a Celebrant Wedding Ceremony?

Congratulations you are getting married, now the fun starts with planning everything for your big day. Your dress, suit, clothing, shoes, venue, photographer, transport, rings, food, accessories, venue décor and that all important list of bridesmaids and groomsmen.  Wedding planning is exciting with so many things to think about, but have you thought about the READ MORE

Why is it Traditional for a Woman to Propose to a Man on a Leap Year?

Today is leap day also called ‘Bachelors Day’ by some, and historically it has become the traditional day in various countries for a woman to propose marriage to her partner should she decide to marry. Traditionally men are recognised as being the expected ones to ask the big question. Where did the tradition for women READ MORE

The Eclectic Wedding Extravaganza

Congratulations on your impending wedding day. Now the planning has started it can be a busy, exciting and sometimes daunting time. There is so much to plan and so much choice but where do you start if you are fun, creative, funky, alternative people looking for wedding suppliers who offer things out of the ordinary? READ MORE

Yule Weddings and Handfasting Ceremonies.

Yuletide or Yule, is the Pagan festival celebrating the winter solstice, the shortest day on 21st December. It celebrates a return of the sun after the shortest day and is celebrated with natural decorations, mostly of the season. Evergreen trees, holly, ivy, mistletoe, pine cones, oranges and cinnamon sticks. Couples who celebrate Yule, see it READ MORE

Gothic Wedding Checklist

A gothic wedding, like all weddings is a joyous and happy occasion. Planning a wedding is an exciting and a busy time. There are many things to plan include deciding on what kind of ceremony you would like. Below are some suggestions to help you plan the perfect gothic wedding. Gothic Wedding Checklist: When and READ MORE

Spring/Ostara Weddings and Handfasting Ceremonies

Spring/Ostara is here, and it is the season associated with fertility, sowing seeds, new beginnings and new life. Warmer weather and the reappearance of colours and flowers are a deciding factor for those who choose to have Spring/Ostara weddings and handfasting ceremonies. Ceremonies are usually preferred to be held outdoors (weather permitting). Pagan couples generally READ MORE