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Welcome to The Celebrants Network Inc.

 - the progressive national celebrant association -

Promoting civil ceremonies and celebrations for everyone

The Celebrants Network Inc members are marriage celebrants; memorial and funeral celebrants; family and naming celebrants, celebrants for all occasions.

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Latest Blog Posts

Melanie Lawson
08 August 2022
The 8th of August is Dying to Know Day - a day to start a conversation about death and dying.  We tend to avoid talking about death, grief and loss despite this being something that affects all of us.  Dying to Know Day encourages us to tal...
Melanie Lawson
21 July 2022
As celebrants we hear some common misconceptions about weddings, so today Celebrant Melanie Lawson from Oberon in NSW is going to bust some myths!...
Sonia Collins
06 July 2022
It’s the stuff of dreams and movie moments.  The traditional kiss during the wedding ceremony is preceded by the celebrant saying to the groom “You may kiss your bride” and the big kiss is recorded by photographers and videographers as the guest...

Why choose a professional celebrant from The Celebrant Network?

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Look for a professional civil celebrant who belongs to a professional celebrant association such as The Celebrant Network Inc.

Make this your highest priority in choosing your celebrant . . . because
  • you want the best for that special occasion - it can never be repeated!
  • you want to ensure all the legal requirements are met
  • the Australian way is different to (and we think better than) the UK or American way of celebrating a marriage, funeral or any other major life event!
Why choose a professional celebrant from The Celebrant Network?
  • The Celebrant Network Inc is a member of Australia's peak celebrant body CoCA -The Coalition of Celebrant Associations 
  • CoCA associations work together to raise the standards of celebrants delivering marriage and other ceremonies to the Australian public
  • TCN Inc promotes and supports marriage equality and celebrant equality - one law without religious or other discrimination for all couples and their celebrants

A professional civil celebrant in private practice

  • is a member of a professional celebrant association
  • cares about the quality of the service they provide, whether they work part-time or full-time as a professional celebrant
  • stays up to date with legal changes that can affect your lives in the future
  • carries the full legal responsibility under law for the documentation, witnessing and registration of marriage ceremonies.
  • is part of a network of other professional celebrants that can be called upon should they have a serious accident or illness
  • gathers ideas from their celebrant colleagues to expand the range of ceremony options and inclusions to make sure your family's celebration needs are met
  • spends extra time in researching, designing and preparing your personalised ceremony - the ceremony on the day is only the 'tip of the iceberg' of what you are paying for
  • pays extra to ensure they can offer you a broad range of ceremony inclusions without breaking copyright laws
  • pays extra to ensure they have up-to-date quality equipment and other resources
  • pays extra to meet council and other venues operating conditions
  • does ceremonies other than weddings to continue to build their ceremonial experience and expertise.

Always make sure that you choose a professional civil celebrant who belongs to a celebrant association. 

There are ways to keep the costs of your celebration down and still afford a professional celebrant!  

Last modified on Tuesday, 21 January 2020 15:36