Deepening the Spiritual Side of Celebrancy – student

Jan 5, 2022

In 2017 I completed one year’s training as a Family and Funeral Celebrant with the Irish Institute of Celebrants, subsequently embarking on a career as a professional. I officiated at many Weddings, Vow Renewals, Baby Naming’s, Funerals, Memorial Services and Coming of Age ceremonies. I very quickly realised how much I enjoyed the whole process, that this was my passion and calling. Through advertising and word of mouth, my services were engaged more and more often, and my business was building in a satisfactory and rewarding way.

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