The origin of the word "love” is derived from the Old English word “lufu”
The definition of love is a feeling of deep affection, passion or strong liking for a person or thing.
(Origin of the Word "Love": Comes from the Middle English word luf, derived from the Old English word "lufu." This is akin to Old High German, "luba," and another Old English word, lēof, which means ‘dear’. Read more at http://www.yourdictionary.com/love)
Hello I’m Amanda...
and my passionate belief is that everyone can have the beautiful meaningful wedding they want. A ceremony that truly reflects the love they share and is a celebration of what love means to them.
How many times have you been to a wedding where everything has been beautifully planned and yet the ceremony, the most poignant moment seems a little dry and generic? This is because the civil marriage service is very restrictive.
So why not complete the legal formalities prior to your wedding day and let me write and conduct your own bespoke ceremony, written to reflect your life, beliefs, choice of music, vows, exchange of rings and capture the very essence of your relationship, and aspirations for the future.