‘Where on earth do I begin? To say it was everything we had dreamed of is quite something. There are not enough superlatives to describe how we feel both about the humanist ceremony you gave us and yourself as a Celebrant.’ Liz + Steve
Exceptional humanist ceremonies
The name ‘Your Three Days’ is a twist on the ‘births, marriages and death’ standard, recognising that though many experiences may shape a person, often just a handful of days mark the all-important milestones for most of us. As a Humanist Celebrant I believe yours should be as individual as you are.
So if you’re looking for an entirely personal, authentic and life-enhancing humanist ceremony for you or someone you care about, you’ve come to the right place: a naming or celebration of adoption in welcome; a wedding, partnership or commitment ceremony to promise yourself to the one you love; a renewal of vows reaffirming your commitment; a ‘This is your life’ ceremony celebrating your life with you or a memorial to commemorate a life ‘in memoriam’.
‘We enjoyed our time so much we missed Hannah when our naming was over. Her warmth, intelligence and wit made us feel we’d known her for years. We would recommend her with a passion and hire her again in a heartbeat.’ Kate + Simon
You’ll find testimonials reflecting my passion, skill and experience above and throughout each page, together with a full 100+ page 2010-2020 Anniversary Collection that represents my body of work as a Humanist Celebrant over the last decade. As one of the few full-timers, with over 10 years’ experience and 300+ humanist ceremonies to my name, you simply won’t find the same inimitable approach, quality of experience or track record anywhere else.
And if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for? Just let me know. That’s the beauty of bespoke.
This work is a joy and privilege. I love what I do.
Hannah Wroe Gill – Your Three Days Ltd
‘You’re a true star! You should hear the feedback – it is outstanding. We all agree that the decision to go with a humanist ceremony was absolutely correct. The decision to go with Hannah W-G was a stroke of genius.’ Rosie (Mother of the Bride)