• What is a baby naming ceremony?

    A baby naming ceremony is a beautiful way to welcome a new baby with your family and friends. You can take the time to celebrate this new life and new addition to your family, or if its your first baby, the creation of your family.

     

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  • What is a celebrant and why should I choose one for my wedding, elopement, vow renewal or naming ceremony? What is different about a celebrant, what is it that makes them so popular? How do I pick one?? There are so many questions about celebrants and what we do so I’m going to answer a few of them and give you some tips to help you choose a celebrant that will rock your day.

    So to start off, a celebrant is someone who performs ceremonies. Celebrants are not soleminizers or marriage officiants. That means that a celebrant doesn’t perform legally binding ceremonies. This is a huge point in favour of celebrants because it means that they are not limited to using places that are licensed to have legal ceremonies performed in them. A celebrant can perform a ceremony anywhere. Outdoors is not a problem for celebrants, in fact most celebrants love looking out for special locations and will have a list of special places that they would just love to perform a ceremony in. They

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  • A whopping 40% of engagements happen between the end of November, American Thanksgiving, and mid February, Valentines Day. Thats a lot of love, hence the term Engagement Season.

    I love hearing the stories, I’ve always been a total romantic. If you are one of the loved up couples this holiday season congratulations to you. You’ve chosen a life with the person who makes you feel the most special, with your best friend. Thats such a beautiful thing. But, what next? The more you think about it the more things and details there seem to be to consider. 

    Here’s a brief list of some of the top things that you and your new fiancé will want to start talking about soon.

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  • Many people are drawn to the beauty and romanticism of a Celtic inspired wedding. They are captivated by the Ireland that they have seen in movies and popular television, filmed on location in this country and by the mystical land of their ancient ancestors, the Celts. That Ireland, the one that you saw in movies, heard about from your parents or grandparents or just imagined, is real. And easily accessible. And I am here to help you find the perfect forgotten and gorgeous place for your Irish wedding.

    Ireland is full of beautiful, semi wild places- by that I mean to get to somewhere that looks deserted since the ancient Celts it doesn’t take long…

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  • A handfasting is an old Pagan custom, dating back to the time of the ancient Celts. A handfasting was originally a wedding that lasted a year and a day, if the couple chose they could be bound together for longer after this trial period or they could go their separate ways.

    A handfasting takes place after the vows and the ring exchange in a wedding. The couple’s hands are bound together with a cord or ribbons tied that are tied in the infinity symbol. This is where we get the expression ‘tying the knot”. A knot was literally tied between the couple signifying their marriage; the fact that they intend to be together as a couple. The infinity symbol means that the love and the union will be everlasting.

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