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Wedding Ceremony:

The most popular traditions are Unity Candles, Hand-fasting, and Sand Unity and the most unusual would be Broomsticks: I can advise you on over twenty rituals. I write your Love Story for your big day. The telling of this is the most bespoke part of your wedding ceremony as every love story is unique.

Baby-Naming Ceremony:
Welcoming new life into a family and community is a joyous occasion that is celebrated around the world with many traditions. The Water Bowl and Tree Planting are the most popular, alongside flower ceremonies and name rituals.

Vow Renewal:
Vow -renewals are a thoughtful way of commemorating your enduring love for each other or can be on the anniversary of your marriage. Many of the wedding traditions can be used for a vow-renewal: the most popular is a Hand-fasting.
A Memorial Service
I feel privileged to offer a service to honour your loved one, whether at home, or in a crematorium, or at a burial. I visit your home and listen to you as you tell me about their life, their wishes and your thoughts on the ceremony. I draft the Memorial and will deliver the eulogy that captures your loved one’s personality.


Aimee & Dave

“We hoped for a meaningful ceremony that celebrated us as a couple and our love for one another, what you delivered far exceeded our expectations! We really felt like you got to know us as a couple which made the whole ceremony very special. The love story you wrote for us was our highlight. The ceremony truly was everything we hoped for and more” 

Phil and Rachel 

“Our wedding ceremony was absolutely perfect and was exactly what we had envisioned and that was all down to Tricia. She worked tirelessly with us to ensure that our ceremony was exactly what we wanted, and on the day, she executed it perfectly. She has a fantastic speaking voice and has a great way of telling a story, and our guests were captivated by her during our ceremony.”