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Meg's celebrant ceremony round up | A poetry tribute to the class of 23'

Updated: Feb 1

Reflecting on an incredible year: 2023 in review, celebrant ceremony ideas.


2023 was an amazing year, I'm extremely grateful to my wonderful couples/families for making it possible. Each and every couple was an absolute pleasure to work with, and we shared many laughs and happy memories together. I enjoyed every moment of each ceremony and they were all so different! Without further delay, here's a brief summary of some of the ceremonies that took place in 2023.


A story about this year,

New couples & celebration!

Each ceremony was so unique;

A very special occasion!


Bride and groom laughing, Runa Farm Wedding Chapel, Guests sat in background

First there was the Crosbys,

Their wedding on good Friday!

My first visit to Runa Farm

For their rustic wedding day.


Their sons as ring bearers,

Ross played his guitar,

Very eventful with beautiful decor,

A poem telling their story so far.


Outdoor ceremony in the countryside, guests sat in a circle.

A naming day in May

At the combs lovely, outdoor space.

A perfect belated celebration

With Mum, Dad, Ella and Grace.


Life mentors & beautiful readings

About daughters and family,

Group vows and toasts for loved ones...

A day of pure joy and glee!


Bride and groom holding candles as guests watch on. Barn ceremony.

My sister, the bride-to-be.

In August she walked down the aisle,

24live! singing Tenerife Sea


Candles, Roses and readings,

With Limelight Emporium's beaut decor.

Ink and foil made their stationery,

I guess that’s what sisters are for.


Bride and groom sealing a time capsule during their celebrant ceremony

Then we visit The Pumping House

For Mr and Mrs Sloan.

A wedding supplier herself,

My mind was truly blown.

Time capsules & remembrance,

Handwritten vows and readings too.

Puppy Leo even joined at the end...

We can’t say ‘I do’ without you.


Celebrant reading script in front of bride and groom, fields in the background.

Outdoors at Kip and Nook

The Busseys tied the knot.

A ceremony filled with hilarious tales,

One that won’t be forgot.

Tonnes of love and laughter,

Lighthearted and good fun.

Their family certainly got involved,

Their married story has just begun.


Wedding ceremony on a staircase, bride and groom stood in the middle with celebrant. Bridesmaids and groomsmen line the stairs.

Off to Eshott hall in October

For Mr & Mrs Bazin,

A ceremony simply telling their story,

The setting was just amazing.


A stain glass window backdrop,

Their family dogs as guests,

Andrelli's beautiful music,

We wish them all the best!


Groom and bride smiling, guests sat in the background during their celebrant ceremony.

Mr and Mrs Bell’s turn next,

Filled with readings & rhyming.

Their groomsman, Pete, the photographer

And a decorative certificate signing.


Their puppy as ring bearer,

We launched them into married life.

Pulled the pin for their next chapter,

We’ll call husband and wife.


Elopement on Lake Windermere, bride, groom and celebrant stood under a white pavilion by the lake.

Lisa & James eloped at Storrs Hall

On a rainy November day.

Under the pavilion, by the lake,

Nothing could get in their way!


An intimate ceremony

With vows written from the heart.

A bespoke poem to reminisce,

As married life was about to start.


Thank you to all of my couples!

Sending all my love to you!

It was honestly a privilege

To be there when you say ‘I do’ x


Love Meg x




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