I’m Definitely Imported British Marmite

A recent blog post by the fabulous Hannah Lind really struck a cord with me;  it was about the importance of finding a celebrant who is the right fit for you.  Finding the perfect celebrant can take some time, so once you know where and when your wedding will take place it is definitely a wise plan to start talking to celebrants.  

Having a peanut butter celebrant when you wanted a Marmite one could actually totally ruin your day
— Hannah Lind

As Hannah says "celebrants are like toast spreads because the more popular they are, the faster the jar runs out”.  If the celebrant you’re interested in is one of the popular ones, chances are even if your wedding isn’t for a year or so, they are already taking bookings.  If your wedding is taking place at a popular time of year then there is even more chance that date will fill up fast.  And like Hannah says, “Having a peanut butter celebrant when you wanted a Marmite one could actually totally ruin your day”.

 Dad has just been for a visit from the UK and he brought us our favourite.  Nearly all finished now though :-(

Dad has just been for a visit from the UK and he brought us our favourite.  Nearly all finished now though :-(

 

Finding the celebrant who is the perfect match for you is super important.  The ceremony itself is one of the single most important parts of your wedding day.  After all, its what all your nearest and dearest have come to witness!

A celebrant who you click with will make for easy communication as you plan your dream ceremony.  And a good celebrant who gets you will be able to capture your vibe and all you wish to express.  Are you after romantic and traditional, or cool and kookie?  They will be able to encapsulate your style into your ceremony.

So don’t delay, if you think have found your perfect toast spread celebrant grab them fast, or you might just find you are looking at an empty jar.

Check out the link to Hannah's blog below.

https://hannahlindmarriagecelebrant.com/2017/02/04/why-celebrants-are-like-marmite/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true

Emily Cane