Civil Partnership Testimonials

Neither David or I are religious and we wanted to celebrate our big day with all our family and friends. We chose a humanist ceremony as this reflected us as individuals and told our story. This was much more important to us than anything else. David & Matt
The Woodlands House /
“ Throughout history, ceremonies have been used to mark important events in people's lives.

Today, we meet to celebrate the special relationship that this couple share and in making a public declaration of their love, we shall witness their commitment to each other, have a chance to share their joy and give them our best wishes for their future together. ”
The British Humanist Association

David and Matt

‘Today in these beautiful surroundings, we are here to celebrate the very special relationship that David and Matt share and it is important, that at the heart of these celebrations, we tell their story, not only what has brought them together but also why they want to continue sharing life’s journey.’

How did you find out about Humanist Ceremonies?

We found out about humanist ceremonies through an article that we had read online whilst looking into how we could celebrate our day without having a religious ceremony.

What did your guests say about your ceremony?

The guests thought that the day was fantastic, they loved how different and how personal the day was.

What will you remember most from your ceremony?

The fact that this was conducted on the stairs in a large country house and in very informal surrounding that told our story was perfect.

Any general comments about my service?

It couldn’t have been any better. From when we first met you in Kendal to the run through the day before, we knew that what you were going to deliver was very special. All in all the day really couldn’t have been any better!