‘We’ve lost count of how many commented how well it suited us, how enjoyable and personal it was. My sister welled up saying how special it was to hear her words in the well-wishing. We really can’t thank you enough.’ Melanie
Personalised non-rhyming poems
Many of us seek something extra to make an important event even more memorable. Often an experience will win over the material; the individual outshines the commonplace. My bespoke well-wishings, collecting nominated loved ones’ viewpoints on the same subject or theme and written with their words, offer this and more.
Such personalised poems could feature at the end of any wedding ceremony, christening/naming or vow renewal, held in any setting – a bespoke flourish to finish.
350+ testimonials attest to the effect bespoke well-wishings can have on couples, families and their guests, final versions often kept a surprise until the day.
Once I knew our focus, I’d devise the right questions to ask the family and friends you’ve chosen to contribute, then work with them directly.
With sensitivity, humour and insight, we might sum our subject up, perhaps offer some advice for life and then close with hopes for the future.
Anyone involved is invariably so touched to be called on and consequently the whole experience becomes about much more than just the engaging end result.
Taking into account how many will contribute and the ideal length, well-wishings tend to be priced between £50 and £70, but all are individually costed.
No matter the occasion, there’ll likely be an apt well-wishing to suit – an ideal way to include anyone unable to be present on the day.
Hannah Wroe Gill – Words and Wisdom