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In our third interview with one of our Graduates, I am delighted to introduce you to Phillip Dackombe, The Welbeck Celebrant. Phillip completed his training both as a Funeral and also as a Wedding and Vow Renewal Celebrant. He was a complete joy to work with and brought a willingness to see others that was […]
well organised wedding celebrant
The Funeral Director and Celebrant or Minister will be your support team and expect you to ask them for help. They deal with the situation you are worrying about regularly. If they don't have the answer themselves, they will know who to ask. We tend to be 'brave' and 'cope' with more than we need to when we are dealing with grief.
portfolio entrepreneur
Leaving clear instructions about what we want to happen when we die, is a useful and sensible thing to do, and here-in starts the problem. When we die, those who love us are feeling pain and loss, they are often 'holding it together' for the sake of others and they are not feeling useful or sensible. They are now the ones who need to be looked after; not you. I know, that sounds a little harsh, but it is those who mourn our passing who would benefit the most from deciding how to honour us and what they want to include to help them grieve.

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I would love to hold a Life Celebration at the beach, hearing the waves in the background and having that wonderful expanse of sky behind us. To have lots of music, drinks and dancing after the Committal with lots of people wanting to share their memories of the person – with no time limits!
micro weddings
There are lots of definitions of a Micro Wedding - ranging from under 100 to under 25 guests. I believe a Micro Wedding is intimate, has a small impact on the environment and is all about the two of you.
CPD Certified
This highly successful workshop is now available as a recorded session - with all the same information including my top 50 questions to create amazing wedding scripts for your couples

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We’re going to be featuring regular interviews with our Graduates and of course, we had to start with our very first – Berni B, Full Life Celebrant. When Dinah, our Chief Training Officer, was writing the Wedding and Funeral Training programmes, Berni took the course and provided invaluable feedback as we built and adapted it. […]
coaching for celebrants, celebrant coaching

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A Portfolio Entrepreneur will have many talents and interests. They’ve created a variety of ways to use their talents to make a living. If they’re clever, they’ve focused on their passions and purpose, resulting in businesses that feel authentic and exciting. Being a Celebrant, whilst also growing and loving three other businesses, has been a […]
Celebrant Coaching and Training Academy
You can now purchase this masterclass as a pre-recorded session Do you want to get more out of your Blog? In this first of our Mastermind Sessions, aimed specifically at Celebrants, we explore Blogging. If you’re still not confident in this key area, then this is for you: We’ll answer all these questions and more: […]
empathy or compassion as a funeral celebrant
Showing empathy or compassion is vital in our work as Celebrants. However, as we teach in all our programmes, the work we do as professional independent Celebrants, is never about us. This is often a challenge when we are met with grief. We’re taught to show compassion by saying things like ‘I know how you […]

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