Sunday, 5 July 2015

Harmony Celebrants | Hello Scotland

Chatelherault Wedding
My name is Derek Gibson and at my company, Harmony Celebrants, I conduct beautifully tailored and unique Civil Wedding Ceremonies, Civil Partnerships, Renewal of Vows, Naming Ceremonies and sensitive Funeral Ceremonies.

These are your ceremonies so we take the time to find out who you are, paying special attention to what is truly important to you and how you want the ceremony to look and feel.

Joyful, happy, exciting, inspiring, or quiet and reflective, Harmony Celebrants will provide you with abundant choices. Your ceremony really can be whatever you want it to be.

I will give you guidance on the legal formalities and provide you with a multitude of recommendations for all the elements you choose to have in your ceremony.

Harmony Celebrants bridge the gap between those who have a religious faith and those who have a different point of view.

Traditional church services are fitting if you practice a religious belief, but for those who prefer to demonstrate their principles purely through the way they live their lives, the ritual and religious words in a church service may not feel honest, appropriate or sincere.

Similar to those who conduct Humanist Ceremonies, I ensure your occasion is unique to you, and I ensure I respect your personal spirituality and beliefs. I provide you with an opportunity to replace all or some religious elements with a more contemporary, modern and emotionally relevant approach.

In addition, the laws governing Register Office ceremonies strictly control what can be said or done and leave you little room to create a meaningful ceremony that reflects who you really are.

If you would like to speak to somebody who has used our services please let us know and I can arrange that for you.

I work all over the UK but predominantly in North / South Lanarkshire, Glasgow and Edinburgh areas.

Why a Celebrant?
More and more people are demanding highly individual ceremonies that weave together the colourful strands of a singular life.

Most people are neither formally religious nor atheist – they value individualism and spiritual values. They want a ceremony that reflects their life, character and beliefs, on their terms, with their creed, favourite words and music, when and where they want it – led, or perhaps facilitated by, an individual celebrant.

What is a Celebrant?
A Celebrant is someone who can conduct a semi-religious or non-religious service.

A Celebrant acts as a conduit through whom to express your views and beliefs.

A Celebrant is understanding and supportive and will listen carefully to all requirements in order to create and structure a unique and individual service.

Kind regards

Derek