"The marriage ceremony has been an important feature across nearly every culture, religion, generation, and society; because despite all of our differences, love is what we all share. It's the great unifier — our one universal truth. That no matter who we are, where we've come from, what we believe, we know this one thing: love is what we're doing right."
I love, love.
Chances are if you meet Sarah Sullivan, she'll most likely talk about her cats, step-kids, and husband within the first few minutes, and not necessarily in that order.
"I'm just generally a really positive person, and I think that shows in my wedding ceremonies," Sarah said. "I am married to my soulmate. I have two step-children whom I totally adore, and three awesome cats that keep me entertained on a daily basis."
Sarah works in marketing full-time in the broadcast industry and uses her background in marketing and creative writing to personalize wedding ceremonies for her brides and grooms.
"I have people come up to me all the time and tell me that they've never been to a wedding ceremony quite like mine. I really try to make each wedding special and personal to fit the couple. No love story is the same; neither should their weddings be the same.
"Some wedding officiants have several scripts that they work from and the couple picks which one fits them best. I don't believe that a couple should fit the script but rather the script fit the couple."
When Sarah isn't working or marrying people, Sarah loves to spend time with her family and cats. She also loves to run with her husband Dave. Sarah and her family live in Bristol.