Harry Rose Ceremonies
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I am an Independent Civil Celebrant and as such I perform and assist in the arrangements of a range of non denominational celebratory services. I mainly concentrate on weddings and renewal of vows
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I am an Independent Civil Celebrant and as such I perform and assist in the arrangements of a range of non denominational celebratory services. People who use a wedding celebrant normally choose to do so in order that they may have a much more personal wedding ceremony that reflects their own beliefs and lifestyle and have the 'legal' bit done at a registry office. As a Marriage Celebrant, I will help you craft your Wedding Ceremony and then I will conduct the event wherever and whenever you wish. The legal contract of marriage needs to be carried out at a Registry Office beforehand, and will require two witnesses, leaving you to have a beautiful ceremony in the location you choose either later the same day or days after. Each ceremony I create and officiate is unique. It is a joy and pleasure to prepare and conduct a celebration that honours the love that you share on this important day in your lives. I perform wedding, renewal of vows and baby naming ceremonies ranging from large formal events to small intimate family occasions.
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Name of Wedding Contact: Judi Sheppard
You may want something more unique, more individual and bespoke rather than the ceremonies offered by the registrar. I pride myself in offering a very friendly, personal and professional service to both you, the professional co-ordinator for your venue, and to the family. I mainly concentrate on the weddings and renewal of vows side of thing. I am a member of the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants.
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More than 50
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Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
A lot of people get confused by the difference between celebrants and registrars when it comes to weddings. I’ve done up this table which hopefully helps somewhat in explaining the difference. Registrar 1. Delivers an off the shelf ceremony 2. Cannot allow any religious music or readings 3. Is allocated to your ceremony with no input or choice from you 4. Only deliver in registry office or registered venues. Registered venues have to be permanent static structures with four walls and a roof 5. Deliver a standard ceremonies which last only 10 to 15 minutes 6. Arrives just before ceremony starts 7. Will not do a rehearsal Celebrant 1. Delivers a fully bespoke ceremony 2. Will allow any religious music, readings, rituals or references 3. Is chosen by you and develops a relationship in the run up to your ceremony 4. Can hold ceremony in your garden, your favourite park, on a boat, in a hot air balloon, on a bus, by a pool, in another country, in a marquee, in the grounds of a stately home – the choices are never-ending 5. Can deliver a service which is as short or as long as you would like 6. Arrives an hour prior to ceremony and ensures all readers, bridal party members including best men, women, etc are all aware of what they need to do. 7. Does a rehearsal, usually a day or a few days prior to the ceremony, and runs through the ceremony with the couple to ensure they feel assured as to what they need to do, and when 8. Will look at the venue where the ceremony will be held and uses their skills to consider where couples would be best placed so guests are able to see them throughout the ceremony and the photographer and videographer are able to capture the best shots. 9. In most cases, celebrants charge less than registrars, yet offer so much more.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Professional & personal service
How do you ensure a stress-free wedding?
I mainly concentrate on the weddings and renewal of vows side of thing. I am a member of the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants. Unfortunately in this country, anyone can set themselves up to be a celebrant, without any training or signing up to a code of ethics. Being a member of the Fellowship means that I have signed up to a code of ethics, I have professional indemnity insurance, and I am fully trained.