Having not done a druid wedding previously, I was fascinated to see what all the daggers, candles, rope and broomsticks were all about. Those that know the way I work always know I will never say two weddings are the same, but this was on another level. The service was set in the old hall of Hatfield House, an Elizabethan stately home that is preserved to show off its beauty at its very best, well worth a visit. Around the hall were placed single candles, to cleanse the room of distracting and negative energies. The ceremony and the blessing by the druid priests were lovely, taking love as a natural thing like the nature around us and binding that love with rope and blessing the rings over the smoke of the candles before jumping over the broom to symbolise a new threshold in their lives. See the video below to see more.