Meaningful, personalized ceremonies marking important milestones for individuals, couples, families and organizations.
Why are Life-Cycle Celebrants™ so very special and different from all the other officiants on planet earth? Celebrants quite simply touch hearts. Members of the international organization, the Celebrant Foundation and Institute (CF&I), are trained, elite professionals who use visual branding, individualized custom writing, attention to detail and a ceremony keepsake to showcase excellence. They are the crème de la crème – the best of the best.
Over 50% of Celebrant clients are non-religious or multi-faith. Many are ‘spiritual but not religious’. Celebrants emphasize the fact that they create ceremony for all people from all walks of life. Each ceremony reflects the client’s beliefs and values not the Celebrants’ – this makes Celebrants so very special. There is acceptance, inclusiveness and positive affirmation of who a client is and what they want to convey to their audience.
Memorable and Meaningful
A Celebrant’s motto is Your Story, Your Ceremony, Your Way! So if you want a Dr. Who or Dr. Seuss or other ‘somehow strange’ themed wedding, a ceremony that honours the common threads in several religions or a ceremony that includes sharing muffins, tea and a few laughs – you’ve got it! Celebrants work very hard for their clients often spending over 25 hours in total – they massage the ceremony, weaving the words, music and ritual until it is just right with every word and nuance approved in advance. As a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant, I tell prospective clients - if you want bargain basement, if you want cookie cutter ceremonies, you don’t want me! I can’t give you mediocre or ‘yawn’ type ceremonies – they are just not in me!
Memories to Cherish
Each celebrant ceremony is as unique as the participants involved. We are all significant with our own stories to share with our friends, family and community as we mark the important milestones in our lives. No one can help us do it better than a Life-Cycle Celebrant.