I have put together a small selection of images from a few of the weddings I was lucky enough to be involved with in 2019.   Heavens it was so difficult but without exception they were magical days.   I have chosen those which provide a snapshot into the diversity of the locations of celebrant ceremonies.   From weddings at home in a classic English country garden to deep in ancient woodlands and also the grandeur of a stately home and rustic charm of a barn venue.

I’d also to like mention those brides and grooms who chose that their special day should remain ‘unplugged’ from the world and kept entirely private.    A decision I respect entirely.    And this year there were quite a view.  A new trend perhaps for 2020.  I may not be able to share images of those weddings but trust me they were just as special.  Never did I dream that I would be officiating at a wedding in a Scottish kirk!

I loved meeting all the couples, hearing their stories and creating heartfelt, joyful and meaningful ceremonies for them all.   The Fanfare family is increasing all the time which is wonderful.    I have mentioned in the past they all feel a little like my children and I love watching their stories develop further with the joy of new additions to their families.

And so a new year starts.  My first wedding is on 1st February at the beautiful Huntsham Court but I still  have availability during 2020.    If these images inspire you and you want your ceremony to be the foundation of your wedding day please do get in touch.  I’d love to work with you to create a memory so personal and individual that it will remain with you and your guests for years to come.

My thanks also must go to all the wonderful photographers with whom I worked. Just click on the individual image.

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