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what is a celebrant?

If you're planning a ceremony and feel keen to ensure the day runs smoothly, feels special and leaves happy memories to last a lifetime, it's worth considering a Celebrant.

A celebrant is a professional who is skilled in writing and public speaking – someone who tells the story in “celebration” of life’s 3 major milestones: love, life and loss.

With input from the client, they write and perform unique, personalised ceremonies, such as is popular with baby naming ceremonies, weddings, vow-renewals and funerals.

There are 3 top reasons to have a celebrant ceremony:


With no religious restrictions (although these can be included if you so wish), there are no limitations for the venue, start time, music or ceremony content. A celebrant led ceremony offers complete freedom.


Your ceremony will be personalised to your brief. It will be one of a kind and can include any music, rituals, readings or singing you desire. We can adapt the ceremony to your needs and wishes completely.


Your celebrant will be with you as a calming presence to support and guide you throughout the whole ceremony ensuring it runs smoothly and to your brief.

Please be assured:

· That your occasion will be memorable, inclusive and perfect for your occasion.

· That I cannot give anything less than 100% effort - 99% just won't do!

· Your ceremony will be in safe, capable hands; the content carefully written and tailored by me, approved by you and rehearsed together.

· That I will lead you carefully through your bespoke ceremony, guiding you in order that you can relax and enjoy the occasion.

· That you will be supported and have a friend in me - from beginning to end.

Let's chat it over!

Please feel free to give me a call, even if you're just thinking the idea of a celebration or ceremony over. I'll never push my services and will be honest as to how I can best support you. I may be able to recommend other suppliers from within my network that would be helpful to you too!

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