About Rosalind Love, Independent Celebrant in Bristol & Beyond

Rosalind Love Celebrant

My name is Rosalind Love and I am an independent Celebrant based in the Bristol area.

Why I decided to train as a Celebrant

A good few years ago I conducted the naming ceremony  for my niece.  Afterwards, one of my sister’s friends came up to me and declared:

‘Rosalind, it’s such a darn shame you don’t have a religion, because you’d make a great vicar’

. . . a Celebrant seed was sown.

At that time I could only find reference to Humanist Celebrants, and I wanted something more encompassing.  So when I discovered that I could train as a Civil Celebrant, which puts the emphasis fully on a client’s wishes and beliefs, I was sold.

My celebrant toolkit draws on:

“You have that ability to make people feel like they’ve been a friend for life.  Such a wonderful quality to have. ”     Helen, Bristol

“Warm and generally very supportive, Rosalind is highly skilled, showing a great deal of sensitivity and clarity.”    Judy, Birmingham

Some of my favourite things

About Rosalind Love Celebrant

As a celebrant I want to get to know you and understand what makes you tick.  In turn, you may wish to know a little about what I love to do alongside my celebrant and facilitation work.

To give you an idea, here are some of my favourite pastimes:

  • Gathering friends and family for brunch or board games
  • Swimming outdoors – all year round
  • Creating beautiful interiors at home
  • Walks with my dog, Benny – through Bristol’s green spaces or in wild places
  • Watching innovative theatre, circus and dance performance
  • Discovering quirky charity shop, flea market and clothes swap finds
  • Being on my bike – a great sense of freedom and the best way to whizz around Bristol

I hope that you will find me warm, empathic, sincere and respectful.  I will endeavour to provide you with a professional service that provides quality and value.  I look forward to working with you.

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Photos (top to bottom): Martin Pemberton Photography, Daniel Adebayo