One of the joys of secular naming ceremonies is the freedom to hold them in almost any venue you like. As more pubs become gastropubs and improve their function spaces, these can be great choices for relaxed ceremonies, especially if you want to make catering as easy as possible.Read More
On Sunday I was privileged to conduct a really intimate and moving ceremony. Mum and Dad are a wonderfully warm and friendly South London couple and their little girl is a bundle of smiley cuteness. The ceremony was held in the family’s beautifully decorated back garden.Read More
Many people who want a non-religious ceremony have religious family. If you’re concerned about how your religious family will react, there are ways we can adapt your ceremony with that in mind.Read More
Thoughts about creating prompts for messages from guests to your childRead More
An interview with a fellow humanist naming celebrant, Dr Lottie Holmes from South West London.Read More
Non-religious naming ceremonies are on the rise, but why? What is the value of a naming ceremony without the religious element? The answer is maybe more than you think.
The first benefit is marking the occasion. There are certain times in our lives that have great significance to us and humanist ceremonies exist to recognise those moments.Read More