It is a real privilege to conduct a celebration of life and love. It feels very important and rewarding. In addition, I really appreciate the kinds words that families send after the day.
Here are just a few samples...
When I first met you, you put my mind at ease, we talked about the service sheet, what needed to be on there, were my ideas appropriate, were they not, were things in the right order, was the music ok, the heads up on using one of Eva Cassidy’s piece of music – perfect!
When we first met, you said to me that you really enjoyed what you do and I can see why, yesterday was always going to be difficult, lots of emotion for us as a family and friends but you were amazing – you are just what family’s need at these difficult times – thank you again."
Everyone commented on how wonderful it was and my nan said it was perfect. She has been reading the pack you gave her and she said she’d forgotten how much of a good life he’d had in his early days, and that reading it over has really helped her. I thank you for this.
It takes a special type of person to do what you do – and you have a gift."
...for the kind and sensitive and professional way you helped us put the tribute together so well and delivered so naturally and as if we had known you for years.
The overwhelming response I am hearing is that we did her proud on the day and what more could we ask for."
It will be remembered very fondly by those who knew him for a long time and by us forever."
At our Grandparents funerals, we experienced her gift of taking a sad situation and making it a celebration of their lives. There are always stories and memories to cherish and we felt we were able to celebrate their lives and give them a justified farewell.
No one is more excited about news of love, a new baby or a happy experience. She likes to break the norm, push the boundaries and I speak from experience when I say she will work her socks off to make your special day extra special."