Your celebrant in the East Midlands



  •  Lincolnshire;

  •  Rutland;

  •  Nottinghamshire;

  •  Leicestershire;

  •  Cambridgeshire, and

  •  other areas by agreement.


Conducting beautiful ceremonies for:


  •  Weddings and Commitments;

  •   Celebrations at Life's End  (Funerals);

  •   Renewal of Vows;

  •   Namings, and

  •   other important life events.


" I am so pleased to have found you Pam. Your enthusiasm and dedication, to make this special day happen is priceless." 

Luke and Abi

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Thank you so much for making our day so special. Our wedding ceremony was so unique and personal to us. So many relatives and friends said they had never been, or seen, anything like it. So many people asked how long it had taken me to find you as you were perfect for us. That was fate I guess. I knew after our first email you were the one.

 (Christine and Pete)

"You have so many fans now - not just us! Our wedding simply wouldn't have been the same without you as our celebrant. You are amazing. You totally understood what we wanted right from the start, So many people commented how 'us' the ceremony was. I actually lost count of how many people asked 'where did you find Pam' - she's brilliant.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making our day the day that it was. Circumstances changed our original plans and now we wouldn't have had it any other way."

(Helen and Adam)

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So when do you use a celebrant?


A celebrant leads joyful, meaningful social ceremonies for: weddings, funerals, baby naming  or couples re-commiting their lives together. Indeed, any occasion in which a ceremony is wanted to celebrate and underline a major life event and to be celebrant-led.


Celebrants play an important part for those who neither wish for a religious church wedding, nor a registry office ceremony. We are there for those who wish to choose their own venue, timing, content and format to suit their own beliefs, tastes and style. (Ceremonies can have some religious content if wanted.) 

Not everyone wishes for a religious funeral; they wish to celebrate a life, whether that be at a crematorium, for an interment or woodland burial, on a boat, at the top of a hill, or a garden. (Ceremonies can have some religious content if wanted.) 


Click on the tabs above to find out more about the ceremony you are looking for, but please make sure you read 'The Legal Bit!' to understand our country's registration requirements.