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A celebration of two lives

Wednesday, 23rd September, 2020 2:58pm

Covid-19 has affected all of us, right across the world. Wedding celebrations have been particularly hard hit with thousands of couples having to postpone their wedding ceremonies or change their plans from what they first.

Regardless, your wedding day will still be your big day. You will still walk down the aisle and say ‘I do’. It may be smaller but that can make it all the more intimate and personal. That’s where a wedding celebrant comes in.

Wedding celebrant Fiona Griffin says: “I love celebrating life’s events. For me there is no better way to do this than by creating and performing a ceremony that is full of love and excitement. Working together, we will create a ceremony that will be tailor-made to your tastes and wishes.

“I am an ethical celebrant trained by the Irish Institute of Celebrants and I am a member of the Irish Ethical Celebrants Society. As such, I am not affiliated with any religious or secular group. I am able to create a ceremony that is unique to each client and in keeping with the client’s beliefs and wishes. As a celebrant I will adhere to public health guidelines for performing your wedding ceremony.”

Fiona is flexible about location, time and day. Your ceremony can be indoors or outdoors in your garden, on a beach or even under a starlit sky.

Fiona offers free, no obligation consultations over the phone, via email or in person.

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