A wedding celebrant allows you to have your wedding ceremony the way you wish to celebrate your marriage and in front of your guests. Your ceremony can take place in the marquee, in front of the marquee, on the lawn or under our age old trees. Simply do the legal bit in a registry office a few days before.
Humanist Ceremonies by Trudi Moloney
We’re proud to offer celebrant led ceremonies* at our venue by our in-house celebrant Trudi.
A Celebrant Wedding is an opportunity to break away from traditions and cultures that tell you how your day should be.
Your wedding ceremony will be written especially for you and will be a reflection of what marriage means to you both. Trudi will work with you to ensure that every moment of your ceremony is significant to you, from the location, the readings and the music, to the symbolic acts and personal vows or promises. This could be a semi-traditional service or a completely bonkers exchange of vows. The day is all about you and Trudi will work with you every step of the way to ensure it is one you both cherish. ensure it Celebrant Ceremonies are delivered with warmth, feeling and sincerity, spoken from the heart with a special meaning for couples wishing for a unique and bespoke ceremony.
Trudi is an accredited celebrant with Humanists UK. She lives locally on a houseboat with her husband and little dog, Boris.
Trudi truly loves writing wedding ceremonies & explains her passion for us.
“It is such an honour to listen to your stories and craft them into a script that is a true reflection of your love and what marriage means to you both. I will work with you to ensure that every aspect of your wedding ceremony is significant to you, from the readings and the music, to the symbolic acts and personal vows or promises you wish to exchange. It may seem daunting, but I promise I will be with you every step of the way. I was an English Literature lecturer for ten years, and I am a librarian now (not the shushy type) so I have a vast array of wonderful quotes and readings for you if you need a bit of help! Humanist weddings may not be traditional, but that doesn’t make them any less meaningful!”