Rebecca Boothroyd

your unique ceremony

your day - your way

Celebrate Your Commitment and Love with a Vow Renewal

There's no wrong reason to renew your promises and love. Perhaps you've made it to 2, 5, 10, 25 or 50 years together and you want the world to know you'd do it all over again in a heartbeat. Maybe you want to reaffirm your commitment to each other after a rough period in your relationship. Or maybe you never got that wedding of your dream. Together we will work closely to create a wonderful ceremony that reflects your special day.

Vowel Renewals by Rebecca Walker - Yorkshire Civil Celebrant

Mini Ceremonies by Rebecca Walker - Yorkshire Civil Celebrant

Unity or Mini Ceremonies

You may want to include a special unity element within your ceremony or even just have a mini ceremony on its own.

Creative elements add to the personalisation of your ceremony and all can be adapted to suit your personality and theme.

  • A Sand Ceremony
  • Ring Blessing
  • Gem Stone Ceremony
  • An Oathing Ceremony
  • A Rose Ceremony
  • Breaking of the Glass
  • Cake and Ale Ceremony
  • A Unity Candle Ceremony
  • Hand Tying
  • Jumping the Broom
  • Loving Cup Ceremony

Naming, Adoption and Ceremonies Uniting a Family

An adoption or family unification ceremony is the perfect way to welcome an adopted child or step child – of any age – into a family, helping to confirm their identity and unite the family.

Together we will create a unique ceremony created especially for you and your family. My suggestions will inspire your creative side, vows and promises to be made and can offer suggestions about music, poems or readings. It is possible to include religious/spiritual content if you wish or no religious content – the choice is entirely yours.

Your ceremony can be held anywhere you wish; in your home, garden, hotel, village hall or any other venue you choose.

Naming, adoption and family unification ceremonies are not legally binding and do not have any legal status, they are more about the celebration of family.

Rebecca Walker - Yorkshire Civil Celebrant

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