Coastal Ceremonies

… in the Media

It’s been such a challenging year with most of our work rescheduled so we were delighted to be asked to contribute to newspaper articles, radio shows and even a podcast.  We talked about wedding ceremonies, how intimate ceremonies are possibly here to stay, the rising popularity of eloping to the Cliffs of Moher and Ireland, rituals, traditions and lots more.  To read or listen back all of the links are below.

The Future of Weddings

Small, intimate weddings may be here to stay for the foreseeable future.  I had the opportunity to chat to Dermot and Dave on Today FM about micro weddings and elopements and about how Covid has changed the traditional wedding, possible for ever.  You can listen back to the conversation here.  It was such fun chatting to Dermot and Dave.

Ceremony Enhancements and Rituals

We were so excited to record our first podcast as guests of the brilliant Conor Clear who has created a fabulous podcast The Celebration Sessions which looks at life and the importance of marking all occasions. In this episode Michael Grace and I chatted to Conor about rituals and ceremony enhancements and the different options couples have to really ensure their ceremony is personal, meaningful and reflective of their personalities and beliefs. It was a really fun chat and if you are planning your ceremony or curious about the various ceremony enhancements it’s definitely worth a listen. The episode is available wherever you get your podcasts or by clicking here

“Wedding bells ring out a different tune: How a pandemic can’t stop love”

We were delighted to be asked to feature in this great article in the Irish Examiner which focused on the increase in popularity of small, intimate ceremonies and celebrant led ceremonies. We were so happy to see Niamh and Tom features in the same article after officiating their fabulous ceremony last year in the Armada Hotel.

Big changes to the big day: Covid weddings and how they might look in 2021

We loved being part of this great article in The Irish Times on the different ways couples are getting creative with their weddings; from having their ceremony on the Cliffs of Moher, or in a quirky alternative venue, to more focus on the menu, flowers, personalised gifts with the main piece of advice being “Keep it simple, fun and memorable”

Vow factor: the celebrants changing the wedding dynamic

This was a great article to be featured in the Irish Independent which discussed the growing demand for non-religious ceremonies and the explosion in alternative ways to tie the knot, particularly celebrant led weddings. There is so much choice for couples now to have a ceremony that is reflective of their beliefs, style and personality.

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