Celebrant-led funerals are growing in popularity because they really do offer a chance to tailor the occasion to an individual. However, it may be the case that you have never attended one and would like to know more about them. That’s why we’ve put together this guide, in the hope that it will help you make important choices on behalf of your loved one, at what we understand is a very difficult time.
A traditional religious funeral is the wish of many people. Many others want to commemorate a life in a more personal way that may or may not have a religious tone. This is when a celebrant-led funeral is ideal: it will be designed from a secular framework with personalised components that allow individual beliefs to shine through – whatever they may be.
Celebrant weddings have rapidly increased in popularity over the past decade due to the rising demand for personalised, bespoke ceremonies, and growing awareness amongst couples of the choices available to them. It is widely accepted that reform in this area is long overdue and that the current marriage law is not fit for modern society, with much of it dating back from 1836.