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say it right ceremonies


London, UK

South East, London, Midlands

Tabitha (she/her)

LGBTQ+ Owned Wedding Supplier
Woman owned wedding supplier
5+ years experience as a wedding supplier
What do you offer?

I'm hell bent on being different and I love to be challenged to come up with new ways of celebrating love and commitment. If you're looking for a truly out there ceremony, then I'm your gal!

Why do you want to work with the LGBTQ+ community?

Love is beautiful and shouldn't have to be brave. Everyone deserves to be celebrated and so why wouldn't I want to work with the LGBTQ+ community? They should be credited with the vast majority of the art and culture that I consume and so I want to give something back! I believe in equal rights and marriage reform (why can a priest legally marry you and I can't?) so that everyone can be married in the way that is right for them - f*** the patriarchy!


I actively seek out and support LGBTQ+ makers, artists and DJs in my personal life. I frequently attend LGBTQ+ friendly nights and parties. I support and join LGBTQ+ protests and demonstrations - most recently, trans pride in London. I follow LGBTQ+ content creators on Instagram to further educate myself on issues in the LGBTQ+ community.

Many of my own community are part of the LGBTQ+ community and I make sure I am respectful of their pronouns and names, particularly those who have recently transitioned. I always speak out when I hear any kind of prejudice against the LGBTQ+ community - in fact I always speak out when I hear any kind off prejudice full stop!

In my work, I share my own pronouns in my email signature and on Instagram. I offer adult re-naming ceremonies for trans people and have spoken about how I am more than happy to marry people within the LGBTQ+ community on instagram.

I also use inclusive language in my wedding content focusing on terms like 'couple' and 'partner' as opposed to 'bride and groom' and I never assume anything about the structure of a wedding e.g. I wouldn't ask 'Will your dad be walking the bride down the aisle?', but instead 'How do you each intend to enter the ceremony space and when?'

don't forget to let me know that you found me on Rebel Love Directory!

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