Date Night

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So, a happy happy happy post….. As well as funerals, I am honoured to be licensed, through the Caledonian Humanist Society to conduct legal marriages in Scotland.  I love my role, the people I meet and seeing my couples all sparkly eyed and full of hopes and dreams…. I love listening to their stories of […]

£7 Well Spent

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So it’s been a crazy week again – following up with all the lovely couples (and stallholders) that I met at the D2 Wedding Fayre last weekend.  My able bodied assistant, and bride to be Rebecca Main was with me, helping to promote the work of the Caledonian Humanist Association.  As I don’t have a […]

What kind of person is a Celebrant?

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Those of you who read my blogs will know that I like to write about subjects that others don’t broach. However, after my last blog, I had some great feedback from an old school friend John Morrison, who asked the question: What sort of person becomes a Celebrant?  So, just for you John, I thought […]

Getting it Right!

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I’ve covered the topic ‘why do you do what you do’ in an earlier blog, but new year, new start and I wanted to re-iterate once again, how important it is to get the ‘right’ person to give your loved one their perfect send off.  You only get the ONE chance to say goodbye, so […]

Music for Funerals

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Music at Funerals There is nothing more powerful, than a piece of music, to trigger a memory.  A happy night out, a wedding, the song you and your pals would dance to getting ready to go to a night out.  Your ‘hoovering / cleaning’ song or a favourite song from a holiday.  The list is […]

An Evening with Death

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So, how many of us have planned a wedding?  If you have, you’ll know it’s like a military operation.  Timings, what you’ll wear, what colour theme (if any) you want your guests in.  What your partner will wear.  Kilts v Morning Suit.  Hair, make-up, jewellery?  Will you have music, if so, will it be live, […]