I’m Dawn Rees a Humanist celebrant based in Norfolk but I travel all over the UK.  


My wedding and naming ceremonies are individual and humorous but with gravitas where it matters – just to remind you that you are marking a momentous change in your life!


The days when convention and a common-sense approach ruled  these sorts of occasions are long gone!  


You can choose something different. Why not have a ceremony that reflects you and how you live your life?


I am the mistress of ceremonies! Weddings, vow renewals, relationship celebrations, uniting families and their children, and landmark dates – in fact, any reason you can think of to celebrate the one life we have, we can do it!  Whether young or not so young, same-sex or straight, people approach me because they want their special day to reflect who they are and how they live their life. Frequently they will come to me because of recommendations from other people.


You might want to keep it very simple in a quiet place with just a few guests, or maybe you want your children to play a central and special role.  Or maybe you want a big party atmosphere with lots of people or a reserved and structured day.  Indoors or outside,  the possibilities and the fun you can have whilst planning your day are endless.

One lovely couple asked me to do a baby naming but we ended up with not only the baby naming but also a ‘surprise’ wedding at the end. The guests were gobsmacked and it was a never to-be-forgotten day!


Together we create a bit of magic – combining a setting, the ‘feel’, the words and the music chosen by you that guarantees everyone –  especially you – will drift home with magical memories.


Being a Humanist celebrant is a cross between being a good listener, a thought explorer, a dream weaver, a writer and a performer! If you are looking for a celebrant with style then look no further.

Get In Touch


Having a conversation is the best way to find out more, so why not ring me or email me and we can set up a totally non-binding conversation about  your ceremony?

Some images provided by: www.rolandblunk.com

Alternativley visit : www.dawnreesceremonies.com

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