Liz Wilkinson - Humanist Wedding Celebrant Minister.
Costa del Sol region, Malaga, Spain
Couples looking for a registrar for non-religious, tailor made Wedding Blessing Ceremony in Spain, Vow Renewal Ceremony in Spain, Commitment Ceremony in Spain.Please see my Testimonials page, for client feedback
Most of us want to mark important events in our lives such as births, marriages and partnerships. For those of us with no religious belief it's important that we can mark these occasions with honesty, warmth and affection, using words and music that are personal and appropriate to the lives of the people involved.
Your Wedding Ceremony in Spain / Vow Renewal Ceremony in Spain / Commitment Ceremony in Spain will reflect how you feel about each other, how people see you, with your characters and personalities shining through. You might want to express your vows to each other in your own words. You might want to be formal, or thoroughly informal. You might want the special part of the ceremony to be shared by many friends and family or a select few. I will guide you through choosing your Wedding Vows, Wedding Rituals and Wedding Readings. I can offer advice on music and locations if required.
You can hold your Wedding Blessing Ceremony in Spain in a place which appeals to you. With a Civil Ceremony in Spain you have to have the Wedding Ceremony in a licensed building but with a Wedding Blessing Ceremony in Spain you have no such boundaries. Imagine your Wedding Ceremony in Spain: on a boat, in an Olive grove, on a beach, in a restaurant, in a Villa. Your Wedding Ceremony in Spain really will be the most special day of your lives.
You might want people close to you to have particular roles. You'll probably want to choose readings and music which mean something to you, as a couple. Having a Wedding Blessing Ceremony, celebrating your commitment to each other exactly where, when, with whom and how enables you to do all this to make a truly beautiful and meaningful day.
Humanist Wedding Ceremonies are normally not religious but if you prefer to add some religious content of course this is also fine. I recently conducted a ceremony as registrar for a Jewish man and a Catholic lady. They weren’t themselves religious but their families were. In order to keep the peace they had a Humanist Ceremony but included both a Catholic reading and the Jewish tradition of the Groom breaking the glass at the end of the ceremony. So they had a blend of both religions within their bespoke ceremony.
I have conducted Ceremonies in English with parts in French, Spanish and Dutch.