Wedding Celebrants in the North East

Are you looking for a celebrant for your wedding in the North East?

A Wedding Celebrant can allow you the flexibility you want for your wedding ceremony, so that you can have your wedding wherever you choose, reflecting your personal beliefs and lifestyle without restrictions of a more traditional ceremony.

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The Canny Celebrant

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I’m a professional celebrant - that means I create individual or unique ceremonies based on your ideas and dreams to help you celebrate the remarkable events of your life - for example new beginnings (weddings, namings etc), or restatements (vow renewals etc) or significant events (anniversaries, awards etc) for you and your family (or work colleagues).

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Wedding Celebrants in the North East - Related Wedding News

Jo Stott, an award-winning North East celebrant, shares her top tips

Wedding season is upon us. As couples across the UK plan their ceremonies, many are choosing to celebrate their love in unique and personalised ways, rather than sticking to the traditional according to leading expert and celebrant. Choosing a celebrant to perform your ceremony allows you to create a day that is all about you and your partner, giving you a way to weave in the stories, jokes, memories and moments that make up the fabric of your relationship and invite your family and friends to share in your journey with you.

Posted: 26 May 2023

Jo Stott of Newcastle’s Love Jo Ceremonies shares her 2023 insights

We asked bridal expert and celebrant, Jo Stott of Newcastle's Love Jo Ceremonies, what you could choose and why if opting for a celebrant affair... "Many couples show their commitment through hand-tying ceremonies, while another had a tree planting ceremony, planting a rose bush in soil from their parents' gardens. The soil signified the nourishment from each family, and the rose was a wish for a sweet marriage."

Posted: 28 February 2023

Events planner becomes a North East celebrant

After more than 20 years in the wedding industry as an events planner, Donna Hartley-Redfearn has been working hard to become qualified as a celebrant and has launched North East Wedding Celebrant to offer couples meaningful and personal ceremonies.

Donna says, "Being a celebrant has been a secret dream of mine and the lockdown gave me the opportunity to train to become one – I've never looked back." The company has a laid-back approach perfect for couples who crave something a little different on their wedding day. Donna adds, "Whether that be an eco-style ceremony in the forest, a modern ceremony in an urban warehouse or an intimate elopement on a mountainside – no two wedding ceremonies should be the same."

Posted: 28 April 2022

The rise of humanist weddings

Neil Dutta at Angelic Diamonds, a UK wedding jewellery specialist, explores why humanist weddings have seen an increase in popularity in recent years. With official guidance looking to change in the not too distant future, giving celebrants more legal power to actually marry couples - removing the need for a pre- or post-blessing registry office date - here at County Wedding Magazine HQ we think this is a trend that will continue to soar.

Posted: 5 November 2021