I don't talk about my funeral work very often, because funerals and life celebrations are not the happy, jolly, photo filled events that weddings are 💛
But it occored to me that because of that many of you on this page, and even my friends and colleagues, may not realize that I also conduct Funerals and life celebrations across Adelaide.
Funerals and life celebrations are an honour to be part of, every person is unique and deserves an especially created for them, unique tribute to their life.
My job as a Celebrant is to work alongside the chosen funeral director to walk greaving families through the process of saying goodbye...
❤ I help write eulogies.
❤ I help create tributes in the form of readings, poems, songs, or physical offerings...
❤ I use my celebrant ceremony skills to bring together the families ideas, and sometimes even the deceased persons wishes, forming them into a meaningful and fitting ceremony.
❤ Given the opportunity I will talk to the person whose ceremony it will be, so they too can tell me directly how they want to say goodbye 😍
❤ There are no restrictions, I can work with any funeral director, in any chapel or funeral home, you only have to request for me to be the Celebrant!
(*You do not have to use the in-house Celebrant, that is very important to know*)
💜 My oil diffuser with an uplifting blend of wild orange and peppermint.
💛 My headache rollerball mix of frankincense, peppermint and ice blue from @doterra
💙 My palm sized heart crystals to hold and focus my rushing brain...
Everything is a bit stressful here this week at Celebrant home base #MarriedInMaslin 😏
The office is trotting along nicely, but the costs have blown out a bit from unexpected events and needs!!
I'm not feeling 100% and that's never a good thing!
Thankfully I met the @doterraaunz team @nicandrobnaturally and can surround myself with all this natural goodness ❤
What’s supposed to be the most important day of your life can turn into an absolute mess. Take a generous dose of bad luck, sprinkle in some oblivious relatives, add a whole bunch of misunderstandings, and there you have it—the recipe for a perfect wedding fail!