‘Both Andy and myself were looking for a ceremony that captured the emotions of our family and friends, something that was unique to US and portrayed a sense of what we are about. Neither of us are religious and felt it would be inappropriate for our service to have that involvement, we were also certain that our blessing needed to be in a setting that was emotionally attached to us both.
Our search began with researching Celebrants and humanism, something that Andy had already taken an interest in some years ago and this search led us to Hannah. After previous phone calls to other Celebrants in which I did not really connect with, I rang Hannah and immediately I felt inspired, motivated and assured that our ceremony meant as much to Hannah as it did us.
What was most important to us is that we wanted guidance and support to help make our day what we had always wanted, our story, the journey we had travelled along together regardless of the pain that at times we endured and Hannah was able to capture this in true spirit.
One of the most special things for us was the involvement and parts our family and friends played in all of this and how important Hannah made them feel. How many people can say that the opening line to their wedding ceremony was that of how their best friend was who we had to thank for Andy and I falling in love?
It was the little things like this that helped tell the story and throughout the planning process with Hannah made us realise what it was that we loved so much about each other, but sometimes just forget to say.
Hannah fulfilled every expectation that we had had, even more and the day itself was ‘perfect’. Even with the heavy rain after heavy rain, I knew that by 4pm it would stop, and it did.’
Kay and Andy
If you like what you’ve read in Kay and Andy’s testimonials, do check out my Weddings page and Instagram. If you’ve any questions, just drop me a line. It will be a pleasure to hear from you. Hannah WG