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    Does anyone know why humanist ceremonies seems to be the most expensive. We don't want a religious service but at 400 -500 a day I want to know what we get. I'm spending a fortune as it is on the venue and all else

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    Hello! I agree, it is quite a lot of money - and certainly more than I had bargained for when I enquired. Having said that, I do believe it is completely worth it. The Humanist meets with the couple beforehand and finds out the story of their relationship and the bride and groom really help mould the ceremony - i do think it is the most personal ceremony available.

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    Are Humanist ceremonies suitable for people who are Christian?

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    I am catholic and my husband to be is prodestant, so we opted for a humanist ceremony. Yes it is more expensive, but from the moment we met our celebrant, Snady Geddes, he made me feel at ease and comfortable, and that is hard for me to do with new people I just met. Sandy ran through eveything with us and let us see some videos from weddings he had conducted, and I must say, Im really excited about the whole day. I would certainly look into it, I think you will be very surprised. A humanist celebration is tailored to suit you both and is very personal to you. I cannot wait.

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