Deirdre Mullins is a qualified celebrant, trained by the Irish Institute of Celebrants. She has created Bespoke Ceremonies to help capture the most important moments of love and life, and her passion, creativity and warmth will create the most memorable ceremony for you.
Deirdre will also create a bespoke piece of calligraphy to commemorate your ceremony, whether it be the vows you make or your favourite piece of poetry. Your ceremony will be unique, designed specifically for you. Let Deirdre make your vision of love and life a reality!
Deirdre can create a Bespoke Ceremony for
A wedding is one of the most momentous occasions in a couple’s life. It is a privilege for a celebrant to be part of this important journey. A wedding ceremony usually consists of a combination of readings, music and poetry and the unique telling of your love story. This is crafted especially for the couple, encompassing their personalities and their love and commitment for each other. The ceremony can be personalised with a variety of traditions, such as handfasting, candle lighting and sand ceremonies. Deirdre will also create a unique piece of calligraphy for you to treasure, whether it be your vows or a piece of poetry or reading that was used in the ceremony.
A vow renewal is a way to celebrate your marriage and to pay tribute to your ever-growing love witnessed by family and friends. It can mark any number of years together, from 5 to 25 or 50! Deirdre will create a unique calligraphy keepsake of your special day.
Baby naming ceremonies are a wonderful way of welcoming a new family member. A ceremony will be created to capture and suit the parents' beliefs and philosophies. Baby naming ceremonies can incorporate as many elements as you want; traditions, cultural practices and family and friends can all be a part of this ceremony. Deirdre will create a bespoke piece of calligraphy which will be presented on the day to commemorate the arrival of the newest family member.
Funerals are the final chapter in our lives and many people choose to have a secular service. These can be held in a crematorium, hotel, funeral home or at home, but not a church. The role of the celebrant is to meet with the funeral party, assist with crafting a bespoke ceremony that will capture the essence of the person and to deliver the ceremony.