The Harmony Glass Experience
The first of its kind in the UK, “The Harmony Glass Experience” is a unique offering, which can be incorporated into your ceremony. Create a personalised, bespoke piece of glass artwork, which will be treasured forever. Choose from a selection of uniquely designed pieces of glass art, with your own combination of coloured glass crystals.
Create a beautiful memory
A moment in time, to hold forever
Based on an original idea first introduced in the USA, and working alongside talented local glassblower, Kayleigh Young, who is based in the Midlands, I was finally able to bring the idea into fruition. I launched Harmony Glass as a refreshing addition to the ceremony market.
An uplifting, spiritually charged moment in your ceremony
An adaption of the sand ceremony, “The Harmony Glass experience” allows your friends and family to become a focused part of your celebration. Together, you can create forever memories of your momentous day, which will be transferred into your unique piece of glass art.
A Harmony Glass Experience for Every Occasion
An opportunity to involve your chosen loved ones on your special day. Suitable for Weddings, Renewal of Vows and naming ceremonies. Give as a special gift for a special occasion. Click here to find out how “The Harmony Glass experience” will enrich your precious occasion.
“The Harmony Glass Experience” is a unique and reflective way to remember the passing of a loved one. It can be written and incorporated into the funeral or remembrance ceremony itself. It can also be crafted afterwards with the ashes of your deceased loved ones being added to the blend of your choice of coloured, blended crystals.
We are passionate about offering the opportunity to create lifelong memories through the celebration of any lifetime event. The importance of creating such a special moment within a Ceremony is often overlooked on what is often a momentous occasion. We believe that everyone deserves a truly personalised ceremony and “The Harmony Glass Experience” is the perfect way to create this.
My son Luca had passed on 8 years ago and I had kept the tub that his Ashes had been in all these years.. I wasn’t even sure if there would be anything in there now & I couldn’t bring myself to open it. I posted it to Alison, ahead of our visit to Harmony Glass.
I was overtaken by emotions when Alison presented me the Angel, made with the baby blue crystal inside that I had chosen. To see there were reminiscents of my son’s ashes in there, that appear in white sand forms, brought tears to my eyes.
I was then shown how it was made, in the studio. The experience took my breath away. It was magical, emotional & inspiring all at the same time.
I know this piece of amazing glass artwork will be so precious to me for the rest of my life.
“Huge thanks to Ali and for all her help with our Harmony Glass ceremony, which was a key part of our Mum’s funeral service. This involved pouring symbolically coloured, glass crystals into a vessel – we used a family ornament in the form of a silver ‘chalice’ style cup.
Ali helped us to choose a suitable array of colours, which would work well when melted down and blended, and she also guided us on the different styles and shapes of the finished pieces. The crystals will now be melted down to create three glass memorial pieces.
The Harmony Glass aspect of the ceremony helped to create a very personal and truly unique funeral ceremony. I would highly recommend Ali and her ceremonies.”
Louisa Sando Patel
“Ali, It was absolutely PERFECT…Many commented on how they loved the way the children were included in the ceremony.
Received the Sculpture today..I just wanted to say it is perfect .. The more I look at it the more I realise that it matched the colour scheme of the wedding perfectly . – the girls dresses were burgundy my dress was greyish blue, and the boys wore blue grey tartan . We have placed it next to the wedding photo ….. I cant thankyou enough for all the time that you spent in helping us choose the colours” …..
Lindsey and Scott,
Wedding – March, 2020
With grateful thanks to David Gough Photography www.davidgoughphotography.co.uk for the glass images and Victoria Wilcox photography for the Studio images.