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With permission, we share some examples of the personalised, bespoke and unique services we have created…

THE SAXOPHONIST

As a lover of New Orleans Jazz, Robin’s life was honoured during COVID restrictions with an intimate ceremony at a private property, complete with a saxophonist playing his favourite tune.

Complete with gorgeous styling, live steaming to his many friends and family overseas and a truly unforgettable ceremony written just for him, this service was one we’ll never forget and are honoured to have planned. 

THE CELEBRATION

There was one thing that was certain when it came to planning Dave’s funeral – it needed to be a celebration of his life.

Alcohol was a non-negotiable, the venue needed to hold 200 people, and they wanted everyone to place lots of greenery on his casket in honour of his green thumb.

Grazing tables, a self-serve bar, live streaming, ‘story sharing’ seating spaces, a memory wall and flower bar were some of the many personal touches we designed for Dave’s celebration of life – and what a celebration it was!

THE SUNFLOWER

Glenda was warm, loving and nurturing and her family wanted her funeral to reflect that with colour and her favourite flowers – sunflowers.

We picked a venue meaningful to the family and filled with space with personal touches including photos, crystals and keepsakes. Following the beautiful, heart-filled ceremony, the 150 guests enjoyed a grazing feast and an open bar, while music and a photo slideshow played after in the background. The sun started to set as they celebrated Glenda into the night, with no time restraints or stress. Cheers to that!

THE ANGEL

When baby Elke was born still, her parents wanted to honour her in a sacred, meaningful way.

To do this we created a stunning ceremony space at a secluded spot by the water that was meaningful to Elke’s family. We arranged a flower mandala to sit at the front of the ceremony area, and hung her mobile above the table so it could be kissed by the wind.

Guests were invited to write cards of love and hope to Elke’s family and were invited to take a flowers from the mandala and place it in the water to conclude the ceremony. 

Following the ceremony, guests stayed seated on the rugs and cushions we provided, sharing a grazing table,  drinks, stories, hugs and tears. It was a moment to reflect and begin the slow path of healing – and it was truly sacred. 

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