Celtic Blessing

Set in 1320, the Celtic Blessing is a non religious wedding ceremony with a beautiful text written to include all nationalities and with music, hand-fasting and a sworn promise of love.

It is conducted by costumed actors and steeped in the history of the period.

It can be performed as a vow renewal or embellishment to a wedding day, often performed in the evening, indoors or out, to include later guests. Although not a legal service, it is played straight and many couples regard it as their ‘real’ wedding after the cold formality of the registrar’s office.