Scattering of Ashes
Renewal of Vows

A wedding vow renewal ceremony is a ceremony in which a married couple renew or reaffirm their wedding vows. Some of the reasons couples mention for holding a vow renewal include celebrating a significant anniversary, not previously having had the wedding they would have wanted, having overcome a difficult time in their relationship, or having had a recent wedding abroad and wanting a ceremony at home to share with family and friends.

What you do with the Ashes of a loved one following a cremation is a personal decision. Many families want to sprinkle the ashes in places meaningful to the deceased, or you can scatter or bury ashes in your garden if you wish. Some people want to mark the scattering or burying of ashes with a ceremony. Together we can build a personal and meaningful ceremony that captures the essence of your loved one, their personality, their beliefs and their relationships.

The death of a beloved pet can affect us deeply and we may want to celebrate their lives and the part they have played in our lives with a funeral or memorial ceremony.

Some anniversaries stand out as milestones along the paths of our lives. Many now take the occasion to do something really special, to mark the occasion and celebrate the years together in front of family and friends. Some couples take the opportunity of a significant anniversary to renew their vows.

 

 

Pet Funerals & Memorials
Anniversaries

Other Ceremonies

 

You will find further examples of the services I offer below.  If there is a ceremony or special event that you can't find on my website please contact me to discuss your ideas.  I am more than happy to create bespoke packages for individual requests.

Other Ceremonies
  • Graduation

  • House-warming

  • Commitment ceremony

  • Coming of Age

  • Retirement

  • Milestone Birthdays

Divorce Ceremonies

A divorce ceremony is a way to celebrate the end of a marriage or civil union and can involve either one or both members of the separating couple. Divorce ceremonies that couples co-host can have a serious tone, and are aimed at healing the rifts among family and friends that divorces may cause. The idea is to acknowledge the good, even as the marriage is ending, and to let go of the accompanying anguish.

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