Wiltshire-based celebrant Maxine Ward gives new year tips

Wiltshire-based celebrant Maxine Ward at work conducting a wedding Newly engaged couples considering a celebrant-led wedding should check out Wiltshire-based independent celebrant Maxine Ward who creates beautiful bespoke ceremonies and will travel to any venue nationwide. We catch up with her to chat about the benefits of booking a celebrant.

She tells us, "By picking a celebrant, you can create a personalised ceremony that can be held in almost any venue of your choice either before, or after, a legal ceremony is held at a registry office. You're not restricted to a licensed venue meaning that you can opt for a traditional setting or something more alternative like a beach or garden and you can host it any time of the day or night."

She continues, "Your loved ones, and pets, can be a part of your ceremony and you can include elements from different cultures and heritages. You choose the words and can include your commitment to one another creating a life-long promise."

To book, call 07919 598 013 or visit https://mwcelebrant.co.uk



Image courtesy of www.catstephensphotography.com

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