Celebrants

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Claudia Bowden - English Celebrant

“It gives me great pleasure and personal satisfaction creating a personal, fun and moving ceremony for every one of my couples ensuring that they and their guests have a perfect  day to remember for the rest of their lives.”

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Christine Davidson - English Celebrant

“I love my role as a celebrant as I consider it a privilege to know that I am part of so many couples, special once in a lifetime experiences. I deliver their ceremony which they have been involved in creating, with feeling ,and enjoy the strength of love shared by people surrounding them, as they venture into a new chapter of their lives.”

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Alison Phillips - English Celebrant

“What I love about being a celebrant is making wishes come true and a wedding day one of the best days of your lives.”

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Roland Phillips - English Celebrant

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Caroline Altimani - English / French / Spanish Celebrant

“The wedding ceremony kicks off the most memorable day of my couple’s life. As a former wedding planner, I realised that it is important to remind my bride and grooms what the wedding day is all about: sharing their love and commitment with their friends and family during the ceremony, and that is my role as their celebrant today.”

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Emmanuel Erb - English / French Celebrant

« I like to contribute to your happiness and share one of the happiest days of your life. Romantic and passionate, I am looking for the perfect ceremony, touching and funny, to make your wedding an unforgettable moment. »

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Nathalie Van Royen - English / French / Italian / Spanish / German/ Dutch Celebrant

“For me, celebrating LOVE is the most exiting job in the world where I also get to use all the languages that I always enjoy speaking.”

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Gintare Mac - English / French / Spanish / Italian / Russian Celebrant

” Being a celebrant gives me great pleasure, honour and responsibility.  That unique feeling witnessing two people, strongly holding hands and looking into each other’s eyes whispering tenderly how wonderful their life is now that they have found one another.”

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Alan Kitchener - English Celebrant

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