I’d heard of the ‘lock’ phenomenon but hadn’t seen it in the flesh (or should that be rusted metal?) until this week, when I was taking in the beauty of the Derbyshire town of Bakewell. A small, pedestrian bridge spanning the River Wye is completely covered in locks of various shapes and sizes with a… Continue reading The Lock of Love – A Symbol of Romance or An Act of Vandalism?
Sharing your best day with your best mate Not to put too fine a point on it I like to skulk around on wedding forums on social media. Sound a bit creepy? It’s really not I promise. It’s just such a good way to find out what couples planning their wedding are thinking, what they’re… Continue reading A Double Wedding – Do You Dare?
Wedding anxiety It’s a real thing. And I’m not talking the jitters, those butterflies in the belly that all people get before they say their I Do’s. Oh and it’s not those wedding night nerves either (according to a survey by WeddingWire last year, less than 40% of couples sealed the deal on their wedding… Continue reading Wedding Anxiety – You Are Not Alone
The celebrant low down Okay, okay, so it's not the most inspired first blog for a celebrant but we all have to start somewhere right? So let's get cracking! I'm guessing if you've found your way to my website, http://www.hjceremonies.com, you may already have a good idea of what a celebrant does. In this blog… Continue reading Ceremony Scripts and Wide Smiles