Meaningful, personalized, and sincere non-religious ceremonies for unique people!
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At Uniquely Yours, ceremonies by fia, I believe every couple deserves a wedding ceremony that is truly unique and personalized to them. As a nonreligious celebrant, I will work with you to create a ceremony that perfectly reflects your love story, values, and traditions.
From the vows to the readings, every detail will be tailored to your vision. My goal is to create a heartfelt and memorable ceremony that reflects your commitment and plans for the future.
Contact me to learn more about my services and how we can create a ceremony that is uniquely yours.
Celebrate this one precious life
I am honored to be present for the life transitions that happen to all of us: birth and death.
Working with individuals and, most often, family groups, I reach for the heart of who and what is being celebrated and share it tenderly through words, storytelling, customized rituals and more,
Let me help create a ceremony to welcome a new human into your life or to celebrate a life well-lived in a celebration of life service..
I also work with people to discuss and plan what a 'good' death' means to them.
Life is so precious. Celebrate it.
"Fia took the time to really get to know us. From our first meeting to the final, virtual run through and the ceremony, Fia guided us through writing our love story, creating meaningful rituals and selecting inspiring and declarative readings for a ceremony that was fully, uniquely ours. Thank you so much, Fia!"
Meghan & Brian
Thank goodness for Fia! We were looking for a non-religious officiant, but Fia explained to us what a celebrant was and it was so much better. It was a celebration! First, she met with us and really listened. Then she translated what we shared with her into something coherent and so special. She made our ceremony a celebration of our love and our interests, Her work helped amplify the joyous tone of our special day. I tell everyone I know about Fia. All ceremonies should be like this!
Mark & LeAnna