Conducting a Humanist Ceremony for your Besties is the Best!

Over the past 3yrs I’ve had the absolute pleasure of conducting nearly 30 personalised humanist ceremonies for various couples; from regal affairs of 150 people near Bolton Abbey, to hippie lovefest’s in tipi’s in Mobberly, as well as woodlands hidden deep in the wilds of Sheffield. Variety is something my job promises in abundance and…

Dan & Hannah’s Urban Humanist Wedding Ceremony at Gorilla

Dan and Hannah are globe-trotters to the absolute max. Having spent the past decade moving houses (and lives) between England and Australia multiple times they decided to get married one of their favourite places in the world – Manchester!     Dan is an Aussie and Hannah is a home grown Manc, although they met…

Sunflowers & Donkey’s on a very special day for Rory and Lee

Rory and Lee were a couple of rum buggars from the start because these two literally ooze mischief and are always cracking jokes at each others expense. Although they currently live in Dubai, they came back to the UK to officially tie the knot, and their wedding was never going to be anything other than…

A Humanist Wedding on Cloud 23 at the Hilton Hotel for Simon and Emma

Quite often, celebrant Stef helps couples plan their big days long distance and with Simon and Emma (an Aussie and a Brit who met and currently live in Dubai) she was presented with quite the trans-global challenge! They were having a few complications when it came to choosing which country they would like get married…

A Colourful Humanist Wedding in Sheffield for Becky and Simon!

September is, in all honesty, my favourite time of the year, because although I’m still busy with humanist ceremonies and wedding planning right up until Dec, this is usually the month when all the pictures from all my Spring / Summer weddings start flooding in. I was so happy when Becky and Simon sent me…

A Back Garden Wedding Arranged in 2 Weeks (with Pirates!)

It’s not very often I get approached by a couple wanting to get married in less than three weeks time, but when Stephen and Michelle contacted me, saying they wanted to get married in their own back garden before Michelle’s Father Brian began chemo – I literally couldn’t refuse.   Within a week I’d popped…