Photo - Shirlaine Forest
So you're a fun loving couple whose just got engaged and you're looking for ways to make your ceremony way more fun than a traditional wedding... You are in the right place!
Hi, I'm Hazel, aka The Rainbow Celebrant.
I am a colour obsessed, cheesy 90's music loving Celebrant based in Lancashire.
I spend my days helping fun loving couples create one of a kind ceremonies that reflect their personality.
Video credit - Hushabye Films
As featured on
my mission is to make the serious wedding stuff way more fun
Photo - Rachel Clarke Photography
Did you know you can have a celebrant who is:
willing to travel all over the UK
and that your wedding ceremony be:
filled with love and laughter
one a kind
the most fun part of your whole wedding day
But how you ask?
stick two fingers up to tradition
think outside the box
write you own rules
"WE WILL NEVER FORGET OUR DAY!
I COULDN'T RECOMMEND HAVING A CELEBRANT MORE!"
Ness & Eammon
So How Does it Work?
Your ceremony can still have all the traditional elements that you normally associate with a wedding,
if you want it to.
The bride walking down the aisle, the best man nervously clutching the rings, you and your partner making promises to one another and exchanging rings.
But by separating your wedding ceremony from the legalities you can have so much more fun!
"HAZEL IS AMAZING AND MADE OUR
WEDDING DAY EXTRA SPECIAL"
WE CAN'T THANK HER ENOUGH FOR MAKING OUR WEDDING DAY THE BEST
DAY EVER! " JAYNE & PAUL
Photo - Stephanie Butt
Photo : Jess Garlick Photography
Every person has a unique story and it's my job to capture that story
and use it to create a ceremony that is a reflection of you.
Every moment of your ceremony is written especially for you
and takes into consideration your ideas, personalities and beliefs.
No two people are the same and no two ceremonies should be either.
Celebrate with a One of a Kind ceremony that's all about you.
Tell me more about
or view some on my previous ceremonies below
Ready to chat?
Drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org