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Wedding Celebrant for couples of all faiths and none

What Celebrant?

Choosing who will conduct your wedding ceremony can be very confusing. Couples are not always sure if they can marry in a ceremony that will honour their own beliefs and values.  Part of my service is to guide you and provide a ceremony for you that is meaningful to your life, respecting all faiths and none whilst adding love and fun.

Barbara Campbell, Wedding Celebrant

All Welcome…

… you have complete freedom and flexibility to be married in a way that suits you. You will not be asked to join any organisation or particular faith path leading up to your wedding day for me to hold your ceremony. I honour and respect people of all faiths and none and often hold mixed faith services and completely non-religious services.


You are ready to plan your wedding and thinking of a ceremony unique to you. You will also be thinking of choosing a location perfect for your day. Have your wedding ceremony, whenever you like, where you like. As your Wedding Celebrant, I am here to guide you through all of your options and will take great pleasure in being involved in your special day.

If you are confused about the kind of Celebrant to have for your ceremony, have a look HERE.



Rituals and Handfasting



Music and Hymns



Readings and Poems






Beliefs and Spirituality



Fun and Entertaining


I love meeting with couples…

…to work closely with them to create a ceremony that reflects their personalities, their depth of love for each other and their beliefs if they have any. The options to create a truly personal and fun wedding ceremony are limitless.  My focus is to deliver a ceremony that reflects whatever is important and meaningful to the couples I work with whether that means a completely non-religious ceremony or religious, spiritual, humanistic or something in between.

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