You are unique. Make your wedding day unique too! Mark this major transition in your life with a wedding incorporating movement or creative interpretation of traditional elements.
“When you celebrate something, it immediately becomes a bookmark in your
book of life. You can refer to it, go back to it, remember it, and it becomes part of your life story rather than one more page to flip past.”
You are unique. Your wedding should be, too.
You and your partner are one-of-a-kind. What better way to celebrate that than by having a non-standard wedding ceremony that incorporates your personal story, beliefs, and tradition with a twist? Give you, your family and friends an unforgettable experience and memories that last a lifetime. Whether parachuting into your wedding reception, having a luxury wedding in a hotel or rustic elopement beside running water, marrying on a steam train or while floating in a hot spring … life is movement and energy.
Who is Lise Leroux?
Lise Leroux is a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant® for all ceremonies across the life cycle. As a graduate of the Celebrant Foundation and Institute™ (CF&I), she is highly trained in the art of ritual and ceremony, is an ordained minister with the Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry, legal wedding officiant in British Columbia and international celebrant in the UK.
Lise can bring your personal stories to life in any setting, venue or location. As a published writer, immersive theatre playwright, occasional stunt woman, and events and training facilitator for twenty-five years, she has the ability to write and deliver ceremonies which are spiritual in nature, emotional, memorable, and fun. After having parachuted into her own wedding, lived and travelled around the world working in castles, theatres, and ships; she can meet the customised needs of people from any and all religious or cultural backgrounds.
What are you looking to celebrate?
- Custom weddings (interfaith, same sex, spiritual, multi-cultural, or traditional-with-a-twist)
- Civil partnerships, commitment ceremonies, or elopements
- Anniversaries and vow renewals
- Celebrations of life or living memorials
- Animal bereavement ceremonies
- Anniversaries or birthdays
- Naming or welcoming ceremonies
- Personal threshold
- Business opening or community ceremonies