Contact us for more information….

We are always happy to hear from you regarding any queries you have or any questions you want to ask about all aspects of what we have to offer.

You can contact us –

The Guild of Cornish Celebrants, Claremont, Talskiddy, St Columb Major, Cornwall TR9 6ED

By phone:

Nicola Le Couteur Bisson
07716 992 526

Denise Whitehair
07967 533 359

By email: info@cornishcelebrants.co.uk

We aim to respond within 48 hours – if you don’t hear from us please check your spam folder!

…..and keep up to date with us on social media and our blog.

Latest news

  • 10 Top Tips For Your Wedding Vows

    10 Top Tips For Your Wedding Vows Once you have booked your ceremony with us, you’ll soon be at the stage of thinking about your vows. We have put together a list of the things we believe are most important when it comes to the......

  • 3 Top Tips on Returning to the UK for a Celebrant Wedding Ceremony

    Sharing your big day with family and friends can be a treasured part of your wedding day.  Weddings are such an important point in a couple’s time together that friends and family often want to join in the celebrations with the couple. That’s why, we......

  • 5 Must Do Things Now You’re Engaged

    5 Must Do Things Now You’re Engaged You’ve been asked the question, you’ve said yes, congratulations! Now it’s time to start wedding planning but where do you start? We have put together some top tips on what we think you should do next!! 1). A......

  • Awards, Launch Parties and The Celebrant Directory

    Awards, Launch Parties and The Celebrant Directory There’s a buzz at Celebrant HQ There have been several major developments in the world of Celebrants in the past couple of months and we are so excited! Last month, Denise and I attended the First National Convention......

  • Chris and Sarah’s Relaxed and Informal Ceremony near the Helford River

    Chris and Sarah’s Relaxed and Informal Ceremony near the Helford River When we first laid eyes on Chris & Sarah and the Pugh family farm, we couldn’t wait to plan their special day. On our first visit to meet Chris and Sarah, after driving through......

  • Civil Ceremonies & Celebrant Ceremonies, Just What Is The Difference?

    We often get asked, just what is the difference between a Civil Ceremony with the Registration Service and having a Celebration led by a Celebrant. So here it is… Firstly, the main difference is a legal one.   A Civil Ceremony led by the Registration......

  • Dis & Jules’ Wedding Ring Blessing in Port Isaac

    A little earlier this year, we had the pleasure of heading to the picturesque coastline near Port Isaac in North Cornwall. Our couple had chosen The Longcross Hotel for their venue, set in just under 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens and spectacular......

  • Exciting times here at The Guild of Cornish Celebrants

    Exciting times here at The Guild of Cornish Celebrants as we prepare for our launch. We have spent the month since our redundancy getting the website ready with the help of the wonderful photographer Barney Walters and the brilliant Voice group. Our Facebook page is......

  • Jess & Ash’s Quintessentially English Garden Ceremony

    We first met Jess & Ash on a damp and soggy Spring morning at their chosen venue, Harlyn House. Jess & Ash wanted to have their ceremony in one of the most unique and personal of settings, Jess’ family home. We walked around the grounds......

  • Jonas & Jenna’s International Festival Inspired Ceremony

    We first met Jenna & Jonas after an introduction from their chosen venue Retorrick Mill. They had set the date and booked their venue but now wanted to create a ceremony that represented all that they were and all that they would be together. We worked......

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