Independent Minister and Celebrant
a traditional wedding ceremony

Millions of viewers around the world were transfixed by the calm and stately dignity of the Royal Wedding on April 29th 2011.

The wording of the service had a traditional feel, and much of it was based on the language and phraseology of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, dating from 1662. The service for William and Catherine was based on an updated version of the Prayer Book published in 1966 and known as "Series 1".

Some couples are choosing to include elements of the elegant and dignified prose in their own Wedding Celebrations, either in full, or alongside more contemporary elements.

I will gladly help you to do this in whatever way you wish.

Phone: 07906 758570

As a reminder of what was included at Westminster Abbey, here is a transcript of the part of the service where vows and rings were exchanged: