Jane Ranger | Wedding Celebrant

Hello, my name is Jane Ranger I am a Family Celebrant living in Ashtead near Epsom, Surrey. I live with my husband and 2 cats. I am a retired Mental Health Nurse with a long career caring for those with mental health problems in institutions and the community. My speciality was Dementia Care and I enjoyed working with the charity Dementia UK when they first began in the early 1990’s.

Shirlee Moon | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Celebrant in Eltham, London

Pagan Family and Funeral Celebrant. Blessings, my name is Shirlee Moon and I am a unique person and an alternative family and funeral celebrant based in Eltham, SE London. With many years’ experience of creating and leading Pagan weddings, handfasting, naming and funeral ceremonies as a Pagan

What’s the Difference Between a Celebrant and a Registrar?

One of the most common questions a celebrant gets asked by brides-to-be and potential clients is: what is the difference between a celebrant and a registrar? It’s a common question because people are often bound by tradition, and for years the way of getting married has been to either do it in a church or Read more…

Why Micro-Weddings Could Be The Future

With all the chaos and madness going on at the moment thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, micro-weddings have almost been forced onto couples who would have otherwise had a big blowout party with a hundred or more guests. However, while this has not been a satisfactory outcome for some, others have enjoyed the intimacy of Read more…

Mark Daniels | Funeral Celebrant

Funeral Celebrant in Hull

Hello, I am Mark, and worked with many families to write, and present funeral ceremonies that are unique, and bespoke service to honour both your requests and those of the deceased.  I am a member of the UK Society of Celebrants, which provides me with continued learning and support.

Ellie Farrell | Wedding & Funeral Celebrant

Celebrant in Yorkshire for Weddings, Handfastings and Funeral Ceremonies

Hi, I’m Ellie an original alternative wedding, handfasting, and funeral celebrant. As an alternative person, the reason I became a celebrant was to create ceremonies for those seeking an alternative to what is customary.