Kind Words Celebrant Services was born out of a passion for helping people of every background and belief to create unique memories. My goal is to make the most important ceremonies in my clients lives as memorable as possible. I work closely with my clients providing a flexible service to accommodate unique needs and preferences for weddings, vow renewals, civil partnership ceremonies, baby naming and adoption celebrations, memorial and funeral ceremonies.
I am honoured to craft each unforgettable service, to create memories to treasure forever.
How I Work
After your initial enquiry, I arrange an introduction meeting. This may be in person (face to face), online via Zoom, Facetime/Whatsapp or by telephone. This introduction gives me the opportunity to gather information and discuss ideas about the wedding ceremony of your dreams.
To move to the detailed planning stage, I require a deposit to formally secure your preferred date. When the date is secured, we agree a wedding schedule detailing the timeline to deliver a beautiful bespoke ceremony, crafted to share your unique love story with your family and friends on your big day.
I can provide ideas with regard to a broad range of music, poetry, readings and wedding rituals e.g. handfasting and jumping the broomstick!
You have full approval of the written wedding ceremony script prior to your wedding day and I want to ensure that you feel secure in my hands for the ceremony so that you can enjoy the experience.
Kind Words Celebrant Services work with clients in East Anglia across Suffolk, Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
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Creates a truly individual ceremony.
All our guests loved the ceremony which they felt truly reflected us.
Would recommend without hesitation.
Everything we hoped for
Yve was a star!
Yve has been a dream
Would highly recommend!
A really special touch
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