Wedding Planner Bedfordshire Shares Why Should You Consider a Celebrant?

Updated: May 12

Why Should You Consider a Celebrant?


My recommended celebrant is Kelly H Celebrant…


Are you considering holding your ceremony in an unlicensed property or unlicensed land, then you would need a Celebrant.


Sharing your love story…

Every script is different which will be written after a face to face meeting, whether this is in person or over the phone. You will be given the chance to share your ideas and visions.

Including your… proposal, family, friends, hobbies, likes and dislikes, anything about you and your partner.

The content will be exactly the way you want it to be.

Writing vows can be daunting, but Kelly is here to help you every step of the way. Making your vows personal, yours words truly coming from your heart and being able to express them your own way. If you feel you may struggle, then you don’t need to worry about this because Kelly is here to help, which is why she will get to know you personally.

Creating a working relationship is important to Kelly, making you feel relaxed and ensuring you have ongoing communication during your journey. This can ensure you feel ready, especially when you arrive at your ceremony as you already know and trust Kelly.



- Angela G Photography

Theme…


Themes!! Choosing your very own theme, which could be about certain place, season, colour, tv show, anything you truly want it to be. Whatever you want it to be!


Timing…


You would prefer to have your ceremony at the time you choose, rather than whatever is left… Kelly only performs one ceremony a day which gives you the chance to have your preferred time. This also means that Kelly won’t be rushing to get to your ceremony and won’t be rushing off at the end to another wedding.


The Legal Part…


A Celebrant is not able to perform a legal marriage within England, which means that you need to book the statutory marriage with your Registrar. You make your legal declaration to each other, sign the register and then you are free to have your unique ceremony.



- John Whiles Photography


Using a licensed venue but not necessarily the room listed on the license…

Found a different room that you want to use but it isn’t licensed, this isn’t an issue! You have to ask for the venues permission first to use this other space, due to the fact that some communal areas may be out of bound. Using their beautiful gardens, a smaller or larger room, whatever space you want to use is possible.



- Nicki Shea Photography


Let’s Recap - What can a Celebrant do for me?


· A Celebrant can meet you before your big day and create a relationship with you and your partner

· A Celebrant can perform a ceremony anywhere (think out of the box)

· A Celebrant can perform your ceremony at a licensed venue

· A Celebrant will let you choose the time of your ceremony

· A Celebrant will write the ceremony just the way you want it

· A Celebrant can offer any advice and support you may need

There is so much else for you to consider, contact Kelly for more information.


Thank you to Kelly for her contribution to this blog.


Web: www.kellyhcelebrant.co.uk

Social Media: @kellyhcelebrant

Email: info@kellyhcelebrant.co.uk

Tel: 07827 927947



Beth x


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