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 week of celebration for the community we hold dear to us. As celebrants ourselves, we know what it’s like to give joy and happiness to so many families across the world. The feeling is truly incredible. To receive a similar feeling for ourselves this week is a dream come true!

Our celebrant community will be taking time to reflect and celebrate the great role they play in their own community and beyond. Okay, so we’ve told you about world celebrantsweek. But you may be thinking, how do we celebrate and make the most of this week in the calendar? Well, let us tell you.

World Celebrants Week

World celebrants week – What’s involved?

First off, there will be 7 days of continuous celebrations. This can be completed however you choose. We’re planning on collaborating with all our celebrants, whilst sharing our success and happiness across social media. We’ll also be increasing awareness of what we do, how we do it and why it’s such an important role in the modern working world. If we can raise awareness and attract more talented people into this fulfilling career path, then this week will have been a huge success. 

If you’re a celebrant and reading this blog, then we’ve already began to play our part in this wonderful week of celebration. If you’re simply a fan of this world of work, then be sure to keep track of everything across Facebook and Instagram. You’ll find some great content all week long from people who have lived and breathed this role. 

We won’t beat around the bush, we have the best job in the world, and we don’t mind saying it! Our community is one of the strongest across the globe. Our group of celebrants will also be sharing their stories and past success. This will include plenty of fun and congratulations, not only to themselves, but others around them!

This is bound to be the start of something truly special, and we’re so happy to be a part of it. If you’re busy and somehow miss this momentous occasion, then don’t worry. There will be plenty to look back on from this amazing event. 

Make sure to keep your diaries free this week and take full advantage. All you amazing celebrants have truly earnt it. 

November 2021 will be remembered in the celebrant community forever. Get involved!


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Hi, I'm Jennifer, the Founder of the AMC and a massive lover of all things celebration! Are you interested in embarking on a career as a celebrant? Take the Quiz to find out if you have what it takes!

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