Congratulations to the happy couple!
You are about to plan the most important day of your lives together… for the couples who feel they want something more personal, unique and meaningful, then say ‘I do’ to a Humanist Wedding Ceremony.
Using a Humanist Celebrant allows you all the flexibility you could wish for. You can have your wedding ceremony or elopement wherever you choose, and you will be able to design the whole occasion to reflect your personalities and beliefs.
By choosing The Scottish Celebrant you're guaranteed to have a fun filled Wedding Day, that all your guests will enjoy.
You will also be able to choose your own wedding vows, wedding readings, wedding poems, music and which symbolic gestures to include…after all, it’s YOUR big day.
Saying ‘I do’, Part Two.
There are numerous reasons for couples who choose a vow renewal.
This is a way to celebrate your marriage again or a special wedding anniversary.
For some couples, it’s reaching a milestone together to celebrate that their love is as strong as ever.
Other couples may choose to have this vow ceremony, allowing them to design their celebration in a way that may not have been possible at the time of their marriage or elopement.
Some simply want to reaffirm their commitment to one another in their relationship.
Having a Humanist Celebrant allows you to have a unique ceremony which is personal, fun & memorable to all of your guests.
Welcome to the world, little one!
What better way to celebrate the arrival
of your little one or little ones, by introducing them
to the world at a Naming Ceremony.
Each baby naming ceremony will be designed to be fun, unique and meaningful to ensure your family have a truly memorable day.
The ceremony can include any of the symbolic gestures that you would like, or feel free to include any ideas of your own.
All baby naming day scripts are drafted for your approval prior to your special day.
Losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult time during the griefing period, however, having a Humanist Celebrant funeral will give you the comfort knowing that you can create a personal ceremony and fitting tribute to celebrate the life of your loved one.
I will work closely with you to offer the advice and support needed to create a unique and memorable ceremony.
By choosing The Scottish Celebrant you can tailor the tone of your ceremony, you can share happy and fun memories of your loved ones.
Planning the ceremony involves spending time learning about the life, character and personality of your loved one, and which memories you would like to be shared.
This type of funeral will allow you to include any readings, poems and music that may have personal significance, creating a much more poignant ceremony and a wonderful celebration of life.
Having a memorial ceremony for a loved one can be done pretty much any way, and in any place. Some people choose to scatter ashes at a significant place, others choose to plant a tree in a beautiful place to visit, there are various ideas for you to personalise a fitting farewell.
Whichever way you decide to design a memorial for your loved one, I will ensure that it an unforgettable celebration of their life.
When the time comes for your pet to cross the ‘rainbow bridge’, nothing will make that grief any
less real. You’ve lost a member of your family and
an innocent life that you loved dearly.
Just like us humans, our fur families should also be given a send-off as memorable and unique and as their personalities. Having a furry farewell gives your beloved pet the goodbye that they deserve.
As a public speaker, my natural approach to presenting and including audience interaction always results in a high energy, enjoyable and fun presentation.
Having vast experience in coaching and motivating others, I have been asked to be a key speaker to audiences at numerous events and celebrations.
My focus is in delivering positive and inspirational speeches which truly energise and engage with each member of the audience.
Speaking topics include:
Leadership, Team Building, Motivation
Vision and Goal setting
Attitude, Mindset Change and Performance