Jules is a hopeless romantic and loves the connections and bonds that a celebrant gets to experience. She believes it is such an honour to be part of a couple’s special day and feels like her own wellbeing is enhanced by getting to play a part in the joining of other people.
Jules’s ethos as a celebrant is love with a touch of creativity.
Find her on celebrant website, Jewel of Scotland Celebrant or email Jules.
Jules works as a lecturer in the Creative Industries and loves a flare of theatrical. Having spent her previous career working in technical theatre and being lucky enough to be part of some of the most amazing productions in the UK she loves nothing more than a bit of drama and nothing will shock her. Theatre has taught her that when everything is going as planned then the audience buys into the moment, consumed by the story, it is only when things go wrong on stage that they notice a thing is there. Jules believes the same thing applies to a wedding ceremony and she wants the couple and the guests to experience that sense of being caught up in the story though a flawless and unique ceremony.
In fact, the story is what Jules appreciates the most about a ceremony. Being an avid writer and believing in the power of stories Jules loves to work with the couple to really find the unique narrative of their lives and craft it into a beautiful story for their special day. The Scottish legal system allows for so much individual expression in the wedding ceremony and Jules is keen to help couples find that balance and make the ceremony their own.
Being a mother herself of two little boys Jules is used to the chaos that children can bring and can tune out of any distractions from our favourite little people to complete a ceremony whether it is a wedding, naming day, or anything else. Including everyone in a special day can be so important to the ritual and being inclusive is important to Jules's practice.
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