If you dream of a day which is unique and personal to you both without having to compromise on location or style, then a unique humanist ceremony could be just what you've been searching for...
Humanist Ceremonies have the unique ability to focus on the wishes of you and your betrothed, and can be as formal or informal as you wish. The beautiful thing about a unique ceremony is that it's all about exactly what you want. And why not? It's your day after all...
Location Location Location Humanist unique ceremonies can be held anywhere your imagination takes you; from an exclusive wedding venue in Somerset which will set wedding day dreams alight, to a stretch of beach with your toes in the sand, a legally registered venue with ocean vistas for miles, to an elegant country house with stunning gardens, it really is up to you.
Unique Ceremonies Your ceremony can be as long or as short as the proverbial piece of string and, unlike a traditional religious or civil ceremony, can include whichever readings, dances, poems or pieces of music which are important to you as a couple. In a more traditional ceremony your options are limited by religious or legal constraints, humanist ceremonies are unique in that they celebrate the personal touch. The ceremony won't have to isolate those with a religious belief, and unites everyone in a common goal; to celebrate and to witness the occasion of those involved. Humanist ceremonies draw inspiration from culture, nature and science, rather than religion, but they do not exclude those that do have a faith. Humanism is based around shared human values and respect for human rights, which are values that most people will believe in, regardless of religious orientation.
Humanist Wedding Celebrant Unique Home Stays work alongside our specialist Humanist Wedding Co-ordinator, Zena Birch, who will meet with you prior to your wedding day to craft a bespoke ceremony that is personal to you. Zena is delighted to act as a celebrant for any couple, as long as you are in love, committed and looking to confirm this in front of witnesses.
The Legal Bit Interestingly, humanist ceremonies are already legally recognised in Scotland, but are not currently legally binding in England and Wales, so couples might choose to complete the legal formalities at a Registry Office prior to their ceremony. In almost all cases though, it will be the humanist celebration that they will remember for the rest of their life.