Celebrant Ceremonies

I conduct weddings and ceremonies of all kinds: Traditional Weddings, Same Sex Weddings, Divorce Ceremonies, Vow Renewals, Naming Ceremonies...

Wizarding Ceremony by Paula Wratten

Celebrate with a Wizarding Wedding Ceremony

Wizarding Weddings: As a celebrant I specialise in unusual and themed weddings, my clients are often inspired to have their wedding ceremony in magical places. I am pleased to offer such a place as a magical wedding ceremony can be yours...

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Gothic Wedding Ceremony by Paula Wratten

Celebrate with a Gothic Wedding Ceremony

Gothic Weddings: Wedding venues, clothing and settings are becoming more adventurous as people are moving away from the traditional white weddings to more colourful and imaginative ideas.

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House Blessing by Paula Wratten

Give your new House a Blessing

Moving into a new home or place of business can be a daunting time. Sometimes we feel as if we have moved into someone else's space and even with much cleaning and decorating it still does not feel quite right.

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The Wedding Cake Ceremony by Paula Wratten

Celebrate with a Wedding Cake Ceremony

The main wedding ceremony is normally reserved for family and close friends, the guests enjoy all the ceremony, speeches, poems and prayers, When the evening guests appear they have normally missed out on any of the special events of the day. Paula will create a special cutting of the cake ceremony so your other guests feel a sense of occasion and do not feel left out from the main event.

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Pet Blessing by Paula Wratten

Give your Pet a Blessing

The loss of a pet can be a heartbreaking experience. Most people see their pets as family members and companions. When a pet passes the human companion may suffer loss and deep grief, they may bury or cremate their beloved pet,

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Divorce Ceremonies by Paula Wratten

Celebrate with a Divorce Ceremony

Divorce can be a difficult time for couples but it can also be liberating at the same time, when couple decide to separate it is also a time of healing and acceptance. The transition into single life is often not recognised with any particular event apart from the papers to say you are now divorced.

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