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Wedding Decorations

Your Ceremony

Creating your ceremony is a detailed process, but don't worry. It won't add to your growing mountain of wedding-related decisions. In fact, many couples comment on how planning their ceremony is often the most enjoyable and meaningful part of planning their big day!​

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The big meeting

We meet in your favourite spot - a cafe, bar, pub or even your home, for a long chat about your ceremony. I will be writing like lightening to jot down all the big and little details that make your relationship unique and which will form the basis of your ceremony. We will also discuss the practicalities of the day, so that you start to get a feel for how your ceremony will look and feel.

Let's begin

Drop me an email or fill in my contact form. We can pop some time in the diary - you can tell me more about what you have in mind for your big day and I can answer any questions you have about the ceremony planning process.

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A great write-up

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The big day

Preparation for the day begins with the rehearsal, at a time and place that fits in with your busy pre-wedding schedule.

On the day, I will bring your script to life and present your ceremony in a way that is professional, warm and engaging. It truly will be a day to remember.

I will pull everything we discussed into the first draft of the script for your ceremony. We will then go back-and-forth with any and all amends you want, until we arrive at something that is absolutely perfect.

 

Your script will detail everything that is happening in your ceremony - what everyone says, where everything is placed and any movement that might be happening. This means you can feel confident that you know exactly what is happening on the day.

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