Entries by Branwen Cook

Creating a Celebrant Ceremony – The Process

I thought it might be helpful for those who are considering whether to use my services to write a bit on how the process works from the first point of contact until the actual ceremony. So here goes… You make the brilliant decision that you don’t want a ceremony that reads the same as everyone […]

A Celebration at Canonteign Falls

Hello friends and a very Happy New Year to you all!  I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and if you were amongst those who got engaged over the festive period, many congratulations to you!!! Joanne and Colin were married at Canonteign Falls in September. Their backdrop was the falls itself and they stood and […]

2018 – A Look Back

December has always been a month of madness as we all tie ourselves to the Christmas bandwagon and hold on tight. But it’s also a month of reflection and what a year it has been for the Fanfare family. It kicked off back in April with the postponed wedding (due to the snow in March) […]

The Poldark Effect

The rivalry between Devon and Cornwall is friendly but notorious.  Whether it’s the discussion over the order in which you apply cream and jam on a scone or who first came up with the pasty (although I fear Devon is clutching at straws in that battle – the clue’s in the name after all!). Whilst […]

Jan & Richard – It Was So Worth The Wait

For those who follow me on Instagram  or Facebook you will have seen that I have been busy presenting ceremonies all over the place this year. Today though I’m concentrating on my first wedding at Powderham Castle for Jan and Richard.   Their big day had to be postponed because of the snow, meaning so few of […]