Dignity Services

Dignity Services

Kilsby, Rugby, West Midlands, CV23 8XZ
West Midlands

When it comes to your wedding day, everything should be perfect! There are many aspects of the big day to worry about, but what about the ceremony? Your ceremony should reflect you as a couple and sum up your feelings and promises to each other.

A trained and experienced Celebrant, Philip Martin of Dignity Services, provides ceremonies of all types from traditional weddings with or without religious content, non-religious weddings such as Hand-fastenings and spiritual ceremonies.

When choosing Dignity Services, you’ll be assured of a comprehensive and personal service, with all aspects of the ceremony catered to meet your specific requirements.

Registry Office legal procedures only last on average for 10-12 minutes, and it is the same procedure when undertaken in a ‘Licensed Room’ at hotels, but with a vastly increased price. However, when working with a Celebrant like myself, you don’t have to be in a church to have a religious ceremony and you don’t have to have a religious ceremony if you would rather something different.

Whatever your needs, let us guide you through the planning and provide the ceremony that will ensure that your special day is exactly how you imagined it would be; truly memorable!


Why use a celebrant?

A celebrant is like a wedding planner for the ceremony and arranges everything from entrance to exit to ensure you will have a heartfelt ceremony to remember for the rest of your life.



"I'd just like to say what a brilliantly beautiful service Phil and Barbara organised and conducted for us yesterday. Our whole day was amazing, kick started by this service. The comments from guests afterwards were so complimentary and positive- "how fabulous to come to a wedding where the service is interesting and personal" "the service was brilliant, personal, funny emotional and most of all memorable" I could not have asked for anything better- you did a fantastic job and we are eternally grateful."

- Sarah and Carl.