A Beach Wedding in Wales

A Beach Wedding in Wales

    The cold of Winter can create the most wonderful backdrops for weddings, picture frosty hillsides and glowing hearths. But I can’t help thinking back to the beach weddings of 2016 and reflecting on the sheer fun and freedom of it all. Beach weddings are, of...
My First Few Funeral Ceremonies, Looking Back

My First Few Funeral Ceremonies, Looking Back

I’d forgotten that I started blogging on Google, and have found this post relating to when I started doing funeral ceremonies. I called it, simply, “Being a celebrant”. It still surprises me how often people in West Wales tell me they didn’t...
A Treasured Ceremony at Fforest Camp

A Treasured Ceremony at Fforest Camp

July saw the wedding of Helen Rose and Alex Seal. This was my first of two of this year’s weddings to be officiated at Fforest, and I was incredibly pleased to have been asked. Fforest has always been one of my favourite Pembrokeshire (or is it in Ceredigion? It’s on...
Naming Ceremonies: Last Minute Changes? No Problem!

Naming Ceremonies: Last Minute Changes? No Problem!

Naming Ceremonies; Last minute changes? No Problem! I’ve talked elsewhere about the “why’s and wherefores” of naming ceremonies so this is simply a sharing of description and images to show the recent naming ceremony of Isla Seren McCaig in Carmarthen. The venue was...
A Christmas Wedding at Rhosygilwen

A Christmas Wedding at Rhosygilwen

Garod and Kirsty’s New Year’s Eve Wedding. I can’t believe we’re nearly half way through the year already! As I looked over some photographs of the ceremonies I’ve officiated so far this year it was hard to imagine the cold, damp New Year’s Eve on which Garod and...