World Celebrants Week 2021


If you’ve read our blogs before, you’ll probably know how much we love to talk about the world of celebrancy. With that being said, we’re thrilled to announce that there is now a designated week to celebrate the world of celebrants! The first ever world celebrants week takes place from today until the 21st November. This means there’s now an entire…

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What is the difference between a celebrant and a registrar?

celebrant led wedding ceremony

One of the biggest confusions and misconceptions is the difference between celebrants and registrars. The difference between the two roles often gets misconstrued, so let’s clear everything up.  Firstly, let’s start off by saying that celebrants and registrars both want you to enjoy your ceremony. However, despite their shared interest, the service they offer can…

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Why It Might Be The Time For A Career In Celebrancy

Celebrant Led Wedding In Mountains

We’ve spoken countless times before about how great celebrancy is and how rewarding the career path can be. The fulfilling nature of becoming a celebrant has led to countless people choosing to change career and pursue this full time. With the uncertainty surrounding the economy and the world of work at the moment, you may feel at a…

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Celebrancy -The Importance Of Loving Your Job

Celebrancy - The Importance Of Loving You Job

It’s common knowledge that being happy at work and loving what you do is a sure-fire way to be successful and productive. Many people chase money and recognition, whilst allowing their fulfilment and happiness to suffer. The world of celebrancy offers you both! People who genuinely love what they do allow their passion to transition…

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Why Celebrants Are Increasing In Popularity

Before we cover the surging demand for celebrants and why they’re increasing in popularity, let’s discuss what a celebrant is and why they differ to traditional alternatives like a registrar or clergy member. Okay, so a celebrant is an individual who officiates at a ceremony. This can range from things like weddings and civil partnerships, to funerals and naming ceremonies. As you’re probably…

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What Is The Role Of A Funeral Celebrant?

In short, a funeral celebrant is a funeral officiant that officiates funeral services. Typically, they organise and conduct funerals, supporting the needs of bereaved families throughout every stage of the funeral process. The ultimate aim is to celebrate the life of the person who has died, remembering the impact that had on the people around them.  Funeral…

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Why Being A Celebrant Is So Rewarding

Simply put, being a celebrant is one of the most rewarding career paths you can pursue. Every single day of work is a celebration of love, commitment and life. Whether you’re conducting a ceremony, or putting in the hard work to prepare for one, there won’t be a day gone by where you don’t feel fulfilled and…

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What does a Celebrant do?

Ever wondered what a celebrant does? It’s not all dress up (although that’s one of the perks!) Perhaps you are unsure how you’d run a celebrant business, meet with couples and families and actually officiate the ceremonies themselves? Intrigued as to how to get started as a celebrant too? In this blog, we will cover…

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Should I train as a Humanist Celebrant or an Independent Celebrant?

One of the biggest questions you will need to figure out ahead of your training is what type of Celebrant you’d like to be. There are many options but the most popular options are Humanist Celebrants and Independent Celebrants. Of course, there are many synergies between Humanist Celebrants and Independent Celebrants from the style of…

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How to be successful in the wedding celebrant industry

Ok, so you want to be part of one of the biggest industries in the UK? The wedding industry is worth a massive £14billion and growing year on year. It’s glitzy, it’s boho, it’s formal or it could be just barefoot on the beach, the wedding celebrant industry in particular has no ‘standard’ and that’s…

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