Becoming a celebrant – How a celebrant can make your ceremony personal

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Coffee Chat in 15 – RD Ceremonies

Katie Bateman in conversation with Rebecca Douglas, from RD Ceremonies. They discuss the journey of becoming a celebrant and how a celebrant can make your ceremony personal.

“Congratulations on your engagement. This is such an exciting time but it can be a little overwhelming as there is so much choice out there. That is why I aim to make my experience with you as perfect as it should be.

“When I was getting married, I wanted the ceremony to be personal. I had been to lots of weddings as a guest and noticed that they were all the same. I wanted mine to stand out so we chose to have a celebrant deliver our wedding ceremony and it made the day even more special. Our guests heard our love story, they went on the journey we had been on and heard vows that we had chosen. It made our ceremony unique and I loved it.

“This is why I have since become a celebrant. I create personal, bespoke wedding ceremonies that reflect you as a couple. They can be as traditional as you like or completely wild. There are no rules when you have a celebrant to write the ceremony. It is a brilliant way to include other members of your family, should you wish to, and make them feel part of the big day. You can choose from a number or rituals to add that extra something, or we could create one that is just for you.”

RD Ceremonies are community members of the WedddingShow247 platform. You can find them on the  floor of the Assistance on the Day Hall. If you want to find out more about RD Ceremonies and what they do, take a look at their virtual space here.

Find out more about becoming a celebrant on our blog