Secular Wedding Ceremony

Your very special day

You are two people who love each other and who’d like to tie the knot? A Secular Wedding Ceremony could be the right thing for you

  • if you would like to seal your love with a beautiful Secular Wedding CeremonyA secular wedding ceremony with Jutta Hamm
  • because you are so sure that you have found Mr./Mrs. Right
  • since you would like to give your word of consent in a very solemn but self-determined way
  • because you’ve always wanted to marry in white/red/rainbow-colors
  • as a result of your attitude towards church
  • by cause of church’s attitude towards you

If you have one or more of these reasons:

Marry in a secular wedding ceremony!

There are many possibilities to marry in a Secular Wedding Ceremony at wonderful locations. Mostly the Secular Wedding Ceremony are being done outside in beautiful parks and gardens – considered the weather in Northern Germany an alternative plan could come handy though.

You want to include live music? Great! People dear to you shall give a speech during the cermony? Wonderful! You want to include symbolic rituals like a sand ceremony? Let’s do it!

Let’s start planning your Secular Wedding Ceremony together – what is being said and done is up to you, we’ll figure it out together in our planning meetings. If you live abroad we can talk via skype, facetime or just regular phone. You may also contact me via Facebook, where you’ll also find more pictures and testimonials.

For any further questions please contact me, via email, WhatsApp or Facebook messenger. On the phone I am usually available from 8 am to 6 pm during weekdays. At the weekend you should usually reach me from 10 am to 3 pm.

Please do not hesitate to leave a message, I am going to get back to you as soon as possible. In case you’d like to know if I could lead your Secular Wedding Ceremony, please specify date, time and location of your wedding. Thank you very much.

Enjoy your further steps on the way to your wedding.

Jutta Hamm (Diplom-Theologin)

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