A tree in a field of purple lavender during a sunset

Honour the life of your very special loved one.

Hear their story told with authenticity and warmth in a place that holds meaning for you and those closest to you in a celebration of life.

You have a choice.

If a traditional funeral doesn’t feel quite right, there are alternatives. Moving the ceremony from a crematorium to another venue sets a different tone. It enables you to say goodbye in a more unique and personal way. You can take your time.

You can host a celebration of life at a place of significance such as a country house, garden, barn, village hall, or community centre.

Experience the ceremony on your own terms.

Some white flowers in a memorial garden.
Some white and lilac photos outside of a country home.

Guiding you through

If you have only ever experienced traditional funerals, it can feel a bit daunting when looking at the alternatives. Feel free to get in touch and I can talk you through the options.

Likewise, if a crematorium is the right choice, let’s discuss how a celebrant-led ceremony can honour the life of the person you hold so dear.

Gather together family and friends and include them in the ceremony with a symbolic ritual. Most importantly, remember your loved one how they would want to be remembered. Weave in elements that reflect their personality and their approach to life. With a celebrant-led ceremony, there are no restrictions.

Celebration of life ceremonies from £350

  • Meeting with the next of kin or chief mourner.
  • Ceremony script written for your approval plus revisions.
  • Liaison with funeral directors and venue/crematorium/burial site.
  • Travel within a 25-mile radius of Bristol (any additional distance can be discussed at the planning meeting).
  • Early arrival at the venue.
  • Delivery of ceremony.
Some pink and white flowers adorning the beds of a beautiful garden.