Guest Blog: Helen Williams a Celebrant at Treasured Ceremonies One thing you might not know about Top of the Woods is.. we LOVE to host special celebrations! From unique weddings, to life celebrations or 'just cause' friends & family gatherings. There is something amazing about coming together in nature on a camping or glamping holiday. As Treasured Ceremonies’ wedding celebrant, I get to create wedding ceremonies for all sorts of gorgeous people in venues from formal to funk
Christmas is a great time of year for celebration and quality time with family and friends. Everyone celebrates slightly differently; families have their own traditions, routines and opinions on what should or should not be included in the Christmas dinner!
There are, however, a few traditions that most of us share and incorporate into the big day.. These traditions originate from all around the world, with some magical, nature inspired symbolism behind them! So what were t
The clocks have gone back, the air is getting colder and the nights are beginning to roll in. Many of us are thinking about Halloween! Trick or treating (who doesn’t love crazy kids on a sugar rush?!), fancy dress, pumpkin carving… all great fun Halloween activities. A lot of these we have inherited from our American cousins, which got me thinking… what did my Welsh ancestors do to celebrate Halloween? This is what I found out! In Wales, Nos Calan Gaeaf is the eve of the firs