‘Boho Weddings’ Feature one of Stef’s Humanist Ceremonies for Vicky and Zach’s Woodland Hand-Fasting

Pleased to report that one of Stef’s summer ceremonies from 2018 has been featured in Boho Weddings magazine, as part of the real weddings section. Vicky and Zach decided to get married on Vicky’s parents’ farm in Rossendale and had a gorgeous Tipi set-up as well as live bands and a stunning woodland ceremony.


The gorgeous wooden tree arch was made by a close friend of Zach and Vicky’s and had been dressed with a hand-woven, tasseled back-drop and twisted ivy, then surrounded by pillar candles and Arabian style rugs. Bride Vicky really went to town making sure every single detail of the big day was co-ordinated and planned by herself, and you can see from the full spread of pictures in Boho Weddings’ article just how great a job she did.

The ceremony itself was warm and light-hearted, telling the story of how Zach and Vicky got together back at Smack Water Jack’s rock club in Burnley and how through a love of live gigs and festivals they eventually fell in love. With music being such a central theme in the story of them getting together, it was really important to both of them that it played an equally key role in their wedding, and so they booked three live bands to entertain their guests well into the wee hours – essentially creating their own mini-festival.

The only hiccup was that the weather was not exactly on its best behaviour on the day of their wedding, but just like in the muddy fields of Glastonbury, that didn’t stop the Zach and Vicky’s guests from bouncing around and having the time of their lives whilst the heavens opened.

Vicky and Zach, you did everything your own way, and it was such a pleasure to be part of your big day!

Read the full Boho Wedding article here.


Images supplied by Kate Gray Photography

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  1. Reblogged this on Alternative Weddings Manchester and commented:

    One of Celebrant Stef’s non-religious humanist weddings has been featured in Boho Weddings magazine. Read the full blog from our sister site below.


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