A Humanist Wedding: Natalie and Eyad at The Barn at Brynich, Brecon

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The Barn at Brynich – Natalie and Eyad

A Humanist Wedding for Grandma

Natalie and Eyad got officially married in Mauritius earlier in the year but her Grandma was unable to travel to see her get married and so they decided to have another ceremony, a Humanist blessing, to accommodate the family and friends who couldn’t join them at their ‘first’ wedding. The Barn at Brynich is set in the stunning setting of the Brecon Beacons and the barn itself provides a stunning backdrop for a reception. The ceremony was held outside amongst the trees and the sun shone throughout. They walked in together led by their flower girls who sprinkled glitter and sequins along the way. Her Grandma read a special French poem which was translated by the Humanist celebrant.It was a happy and uplifting ceremony, loved by all and marked with the exchanging of rings. After the ceremony the grounds of the venue provided a lovely backdrop for a few minutes of quite time with them both.

[A quick note about Humanist weddings. I think they are the best kind of wedding to have. You can literally make them however you want them to be. Say what you want to say, with no restrictions. Photographing a humanist wedding is also a lot more lenient, with no restrictions on where the photographer has to stand. It means I can be more fluid and get amongst things (without disturbing people!).   If you are thinking of having a Humanist wedding – do!]

Here is Natalie and Eyad’s story:

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