Wedding ceremonies in Spain, conducted by a Humanist Celebrant, for couples who want to add creative control and individual input to their special day.
Natasha Johnson – Humanist Wedding Celebrant
My role is to join couples in union by:
- Providing pre-ceremony guidance and advice on wedding vows, readings and wedding rituals
- Creating a unique personalised ceremony that mirrors your lives, passions and beliefs
- Performing the wedding ceremony that reflects the mood and tone of your special day
Getting married should be a beautiful and meaningful event, in which you and your partner have the wedding ceremony of your choice, a ceremony which is a reflection of your characters and personalities.
Your ceremony gives you the right to say the words that you want to say, read the vows which you want to read and should encompass the emotions and feelings that are felt by you and your loved one.
My approach allows you to develop the ceremony that you want. My services are available to all couples, whether you are in a heterosexual or same sex partnership.
Humanist ceremonies focus very much on how you and your partner view your relationship and how your relationship is seen through the eyes of your family and friends. There is no religious content in Humanist ceremonies. Humanist ceremonies focus on us as human beings and our feelings, emotions and thoughts about life, love and togetherness.
I am based in the Costa del Sol region of Spain, covering areas such as Marbella, Puerto Banus, San Pedro and Estepona and inland areas such as Mijas, Antequera, Cordoba, Ronda, Seville and Granada. I am also able to travel around the country, and have been lucky enough to conduct weddings in places such as Barcelona, Girona and Valencia. And I am able to perform wedding ceremonies in both English and Spanish.
Please contact me for more information and to my check availability. My dates do book up quickly, so please don’t hesitate to contact me at your earliest convenience.
And whilst you are here, why not take a look at some fantastic photos of some of my ceremonies in Spain conducted over the years. You may pick up an idea or two!
Some lovely words from gorgeous couples that I have married…
“Thank you so much Natasha for being so amazing. We loved every minute of our wedding but we both agree that the most special and favourite part was the ceremony. You were amazing in helping us to craft an individual service which meant so much to us, it was really amazing. We really were not prepared for how emotional it was, that was what really took us by surprise but this was testament to how important the service was to us – this would have been impossible without you. We couldn’t imagine having anyone else be our Minister and we will remember it forever!”
Carol and Ollie, married in June 2013, Otivar
“I just wanted to take the time to thank you for the way you conducted our wedding ceremony this June. We had so many compliments about the ceremony and I know both Dan & I felt completely relaxed and even enjoyed it all! It meant so much to us to have something so personalised, relaxed and so beautiful! Thank you so much for making our ceremony everything we could have hoped for, it will be something we remember for the rest of our lives!!”
Karlie and Dan, married in June 2013, Mijas Costa
“We are just back from our honeymoon, and Ronan and I just wanted to say a massive thank you for helping us to have such a wonderful wedding day! We loved the personal touches on the ceremony which really made it perfectly “us”. Many of our guests commented on how enjoyable our ceremony was, and also how lovely and friendly you were. Thanks again for making our day so special and forever memorable. “
Claire and Ronan, married July 2013, Nerja
Thank you so much for helping us through the most important part of the day. Thanks for guiding us through personalising the ceremony so much. The whole ceremony was just perfect and exactly what we wanted. All our guests loved it too, and most of them had never been to a non-religious ceremony before, a lot of them are traditional Irish Catholics and they loved it. Everyone also said you were fantastic and friendly, and my uncle said you have a lovely warm voice which I think is a lovely compliment.
Sinead and Connor, married in Granada, September 2013