No dogma, a lot of flexibility, sometimes unusual places, texts and love are some of the ingredients of a secular wedding celebration.
The ceremony has no legal value, it serves to mark the blow between the town hall and the wine of honor, but it is a moment, important for the bride and groom, where we talk about the personal values of marriage.
The celebrant must show great spiritual openness, adapting to the couple’s desires while honoring individual wealth. If, for example, a couple wishes to include religious elements in the ceremony, this is possible, but not in a religious setting, nor around strictly religious values. This is how, after several meetings, the celebrant becomes a trusted companion to whom it is possible to tell mourning, suffering, stories of the couple without feeling judged.