Humanist wedding ceremonies in Spain

Humanist wedding ceremonies in Spain have been increasing in popularity over the years, as more and more couples realise that they can have beautiful, romantic ceremonies, which are not religious and focus more on them as a couple and their own thoughts and ideas about their commitment.

Humanist ceremonies in Spain

Humanist ceremonies allow for your personalities and ideas to shine through. Photo by Anna Gazda photography

As a Humanist (non-religious) celebrant, I work hard to make sure that couples have their perfect wedding ceremony in Spain. To make sure that their ideas and thoughts are incorporated in to the ceremony, so that they are married in the way that they feel is the right way for them.

Since 2006, I have been conducting beautiful non-religious wedding ceremonies all over Spain but particularly in my home region of Andalusia. I have been lucky to preside over so many varied Humanist ceremonies, from couples who have enjoyed a romantic ceremony just by themselves, to couples who have had over 250 guests in attendance and there have been some celebrities in between, too! I have conducted wedding ceremonies on beaches, on mountain tops, in olive groves, courtyards and stunning gardens and not to mention many other stunning wedding venues that are on offer here.

No one wedding is the same and that is how it should be. I am a firm believer in helping couples to shape and create their ceremony, so that they are married in the way that they want to be, with their words, their sentiments, their ideas in place.

Many couples don’t even realise that they can have such a say over their ceremony, which is a shame, as getting married in one of the most important and special things you will do in your lifetime; so my motto is  - do it right!

Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have. I’ll be more than happy to help you with your ceremony in Spain.

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