Introducing Fanfare Ceremonies

09/01/20 10:53am by Lucy Kennaway

celebrant  bespoke weddings  wedding ceremonies 

We're delighted to include this guest blog from Fanfare Ceremonies giving our wedding couples a wider choice of wedding ceremony:

Do you want your ceremony to be truly bespoke and personal with no rules and regulations?  Indeed wouldn’t it be more relaxing to know the person who will be conducting your ceremony?

I'm Frances but everyone calls me Fan. I would love to work with you to create a heartfelt ceremony for your wedding that truly reflects your values, beliefs and personalities, both individually and as a couple.  It really will be completely unique just like your story, your connection, your love.  I guarantee there will be no yawning, snoring or boring – just smiles, laughs, hugs and happy tears.

I am passionate and vibrant and can relate to any crowd, dissolve any tension or nerves there may be.  I am highly organised and will seamlessly fit into your vision for your day.
My style leans towards the traditional having been married in church myself.  You may know exactly what you want.  You may have no idea but we will work together to make sure the outcome, not only incorporates your dreams, but exceeds your expectations. Furthermore I will ensure you enjoy the journey. In the words of AA Milne 'we didn't know we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun'. And that's exactly what we'll do - make memories of a truly fabulous event in your lives.

It is so important that I not only connect with you but also with your guests. This is only possible if we spend time getting to know one another.  I believe strongly that an engaging ceremony is the pre-cursor to a great reception.  So if you think I might be right person for you please do drop me an email and let’s arrange to meet and/or facetime whichever suits you better so that we can start a truly wonderful experience together.

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