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Greg Draven

Greg Draven - Pagan Celebrant. 


Greg is a civil, humanist and pagan celebrant who has travelled all over the country to perform bespoke beautiful life ceremonies and blessings for people. 


Greg has performed baby namings, passing over ceremonies (funerals), handfastings (traditional wedding ceremonies), Rites Of Passages and humanist wedding ceremonies. 


Greg believes in mirth and reverence in equal measure, and as such Greg's celebrations and ceremonies are truly unique. Each ceremony is tailored to the clients based on their desires and requirements and will leave you laughing, smiling, crying, or a combination of all three. 


Greg injects his own unique style to make the celebration one that will never be forgotten and Greg's background in performance and presentation as well as his gregarious (no pun intended) persona make him an ideal choice for your celebration. 


Some words from past clients. 


Greg Fraser - 

"We knew you were the right man for the job.

You have made our wedding day a day to remember for the guest but more importantly one for us for the rest of our lives.

We had comments like, how

different it was, so funny, never been to a wedding like that before, (in a good way), and the best wedding l've ever been to. You brought it all together perfectly."


Greg Draven 

Independent Celebrant & Pagan Ceremony Provider
Member of The Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids
Pagan Chaplain for East Sussex NHS Trust


I'm exceptionally proud to have Greg as one of my approved suppliers.
He is not only a wonderful orator and Celebrant but a lovely human who I am thrilled to recommend to any of my clients.

Christopher Field- Independent Celebrant

"Greg Draven was the celebrant at the funeral of my late wife, Petra. With a deft appreciation of the zeitgeist, he added an intensely intimate humanity to proceedings which were by their very nature somewhat sombre, allowing his audience to often smile through the tears. His commanding presence and gentle gravitas bestowed a dignity upon the event, leavened by wryly humorous references to the unconventional lifestyle which Petra had led. All in all, he conducted a true celebration of a life lived to the full which I shall never forget and for which I remain truly grateful. He did my lady, and me, proud." -Peter Sylvester-Smith 

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