As a trained, independent Celebrant, I am here to help you when you want to celebrate the love you have for a partner, child, relative or friend at a time of celebration.
You might be celebrating a commitment to each other by wanting to have a ceremony with friends to make vows about your love;
you might be celebrating a child joining your family, whether through your marriage, adoption or fostering and by celebrating giving them your family name, we give them a new place to belong;
or you will want to celebrate the life of someone you’ve lost, by bringing friends together to remember them with words of joy and a life-time shared.
As a trained Celebrant, I work with you at a time that can be emotionally challenging; filled with joy and anxiety at the same time, and a determined desire to create a celebration that reflects who you are, or who someone important was to you and those that loved them.
If you have something to celebrate and want to talk about how I can help, please give me a call on 01550 721 266. I look forward to hearing from you.
I’m Dinah Liversidge and I am a Celebrant. Married to John since I was 20, mum to Hannah for whom I work part-time, lover of our pets, Branston, Pickle and Lilly. Smallholder, living in Myddfai in Carmarthenshire and living the dream. Like many couples,…
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