Make Your Wedding Day Special with a Bespoke Civil Ceremony

Everyone has heard of a wedding horror story at some point in their lives. With numerous tasks to complete and infinite family members to please, couples have been known to call it a day and throw in the towel just moments before the big day.

And we’re not surprised, the tendency to get lost in the madness and lose sight of what’s really important is easily done. This is exhibited in Holmes and Raye’s ‘top 10 most stressful events’ rundown whereby ‘getting married’ takes 7th place.

Jeanette’s mission is to relieve such stresses, through her bespoke civil ceremonies. Re-channelling the bride and groom’s energies on what is truly important, Jeanette delivers a range of intimate services that are customisable, personal and truly unique.

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Find Closure from Divorce with Divorce Ceremonies

Verb: divorce – “separate or dissociate (something) from something else, typically with an undesirable effect.”

A divorce is a difficult, yet frequent event occurrence and can be: unexpected, in response to an act of betrayal, or a last-resort solution to a difficult relationship. Yet regardless of the reason for divorce, it typically is a painful process, provoking as the definition claims, “an undesirable effect”. But does it need to be that way?

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What is a Hand Fasting Wedding Ceremony?

Hand Fasting Ceremonies have made a bit of a comeback in recent years. Hand Fasting is the act of binding a couple’s hands together with cord or ribbon to symbolise their union. This usually takes place after vows and wedding rings are exchanged.

They’re thought to date back to pre-Reformation Celtic communities in the 16th century. Hand Fasting would take place a year before marriage where a couple would have a kind of trial marriage. If all went well during this year, then that meant the marriage would be a good fit.

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