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British Summer and Outdoor Weddings

Posted on 19 March 2014

I love performing outdoor weddings – in fact around 80 per cent of my wedding ceremonies this year will be held entirely in the open air.  And yes, this is in Britain where our summer weather can be a little unpredictable! As long as you have a good back-up “bad weather” plan then there’s no reason to discount an outdoor wedding – but a few drops of rain or drizzle won’t harm anyone (as reflected in this shot of me conductingRead More

Spring is in the Air

Posted on 18 February 2014

After the horrendous weeks of weather we endured over the Winter it’s lovely to see that Spring is in the air and there are some signs of it having already arrived here in Kent. There are swathes of snowdrops blooming in churchyards and I’ve noticed patches of daffodils getting ready to pop open and flower. Here the sun is out today and the temperature is rising just a little.   Spring is a beautiful time of year and I thought I’d share someRead More

Don’t Take My Word for It

Posted on 16 January 2014

Don’t Take my Word for It – here’s what people have been saying about True Blue Ceremonies …. “There just aren’t enough words available to us to thank you for every single wonderful thing you have done for us.  You made our wedding magical, meaningful and completely and utterly perfect.  We both feel that we were married by a friend and you now have a very special place in our hearts.”  Clients Sarah and Ian after their bespoke wedding ceremony.  “I cryRead More

Music for your Ceremony

Posted on 11 August 2013

Having conducted and officiated at hundreds of wedding ceremonies, I can tell you that your choice of music is an absolutely key factor in the success of a ceremony.  Aside from the vows, and the wording of the wedding ceremony itself, music really is the next most important aspect and needs careful consideration. And it’s not just the pieces you choose but how it is played.  Think about whether you want to have live music, for instance a harpist, stringRead More

Outdoor Ceremonies

Posted on 11 August 2013

I love to conduct outdoor weddings for my clients, and am becoming well known for these.  Most of the couples who contact me wish to hold a truly outdoor wedding, often in a place where there is no civil licence. A particular favourite is The House Meadow at Worsenden Farm near Biddenden, Kent.  It is set on a working stud farm but is a complete blank canvas for brides to dress the way they want.  Lots of couples like theRead More

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