Wedding celebrants

Wedding celebrants

Wedding celebrants can have a huge impact on a wedding day. If you don’t like your wedding celebrant, you may not enjoy any of the ceremony, and therefore have negative memories from your wedding day, and nobody wants that.

When considering the many wedding celebrants there are to choose from, you should make a short list of your potential wedding celebrants, and then take time to go and meet with them. Make sure you like their personality.

As most of us only get married once, we do not know what has to happen at a wedding ceremony, your celebrant will definitely help you with all that. But, make sure you ask if they will help with readings and vows. They will also be a wealth of knowledge on how to make your ceremony match your personalities. Of course, they should be well spoken. Female wedding celebrants who ask what colour are the bridesmaids wearing do so, so they don’t wear something with the same colour or that will potentially clash, male wedding celebrants will often ask the same, and ensure the tie they wear with their suit does the same, that is just a little tick of lovely.

Wedding celebrants are often conducting ceremonies outdoors, so they have to consider weather conditions too.  If the wedding celebrant has no sound equipment for example, a garden wedding on a windy day will often have the guests unable to hear what is happening during the ceremony as the sound of your voices my be affected by the wind.

We take all the above into consideration when recommending wedding celebrants, but we also have a few other criteria of our own. One thing is, where do they stand during the ceremony, often celebrants will stand to one side of the bride and groom, this allows for much more beautiful photograph of the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony as the celebrant won’t be in every shot.

We hope you find our selection of wedding celebrants helpful…

The Celebrant Perth

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