I advise couples to choose a celebrant they connect with. Someone they feel instantly at ease with. When I first met Sarah and Robert the roles were reversed! I was captivated by their story, and I knew right away, theirs was a story I could not wait to tell! <3
Sarah and Robert celebrated their wedding in the historic Mill House, Slane, Co Meath. They chose a handfasting ceremony using coloured ribbons that held deep meaning for them and their guests.
Thank you so much for being part of our wedding day. You made everything so easy and stress-free. Your professionalism, warmth, and creativity knows no bounds. You blew us away with the ceremony you created for our big day and practically all of our guests commented on how gorgeous it really was. It was the best day of our lives but the ceremony was definitely the highlight and that’s thanks to you. Thanks for all your patience and guidance – Sarah and Robert
We this is very exciting! A Mrs2Be Brides Choice nomination is a big deal for me! Creating and delivering a wedding ceremony, on one of the most important days in a couple’s life to that point, is an enormous responsibility. While many think the ability to perform a ceremony comes naturally, they do not realize the amount of preparation that goes on behind the scene. The hours I spend rehearsing and reviewing the ceremony or arriving at a venue two hours before kick off to ensure everything is ‘ship shape’, is never time wasted.
I am nominated in the Celebrant category, but there are a few more categories I think I am eligible for:
Acrobatics: as I am a dab hand at catching the mother of the bride as she trips on the red carpet (true story).
Florist: for making a button hole for the father of the groom out of flowers from the venue’s garden (also a true story)
Beautician: for not crying when hot wax poured down my arm from a toppled candle (another true story)
So thank you from the bottom of my heart for the nomination and good luck to all the nominees, you all rock!