A Celebrant Community – World Celebrants Week
It’s World Celebrants Week this week and, as a Celebrant community, we have a lot to celebrate! Celebrants have been at the sharp end of wedding ceremonies in the UK this year. With Council Registrars unable to fulfil the demand for rearranged pandemic weddings with their short template ceremonies, couples have opened their hearts and minds to the incredible experience that is a Celebrant wedding.
Couples are certainly reaping the rewards with radiant, colourful and bespoke ceremonies that honour rituals and traditions that we love. They can also celebrate with new rituals that we write specifically for them. We bring our couples stories to life, creating an exciting energy in the ceremonies that everybody loves and remembers!
And one aspect of my work that brings me joy, is being part of an incredibly collaborative Celebrant community in which we support each other. In fact, I’m so proud of having such vibrant and passionate friends in the same business, that I organised a photo shoot, just for Celebrants! We had SUCH a great time together!
The incredible force of nature that is Richard Jarmy took lots of amazing shots, including head shots that we can each use in our own publicity. And we had just the best day hosted by the beautiful and versatile venue, The Meadows, Norfolk – make sure you check it out!
We spent time sharing our Celebrant experiences, telling tales and learning from each other. So let me introduce these incredible Celebrants to you!
and of course – me!
We were supported with beautiful props by the wonderful and talented Valerie at Samphire Vintage Props – thank you so much!
So this week – World Celebrants week – I want to say a great big thank you. A big thank you to my Celebrant friends and to the organisations that we belong to and who support us. Another big thank you to The Celebrants Collective for organising such a special week of celebration for Celebrants. Thank you also to all the couples and families who book us, for their incredibly special day.
And huge thanks to my friend – Richard.