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The day in the life of a celebrant - Lianne Fraser
Lianne Fraser, National President of the Celebrants’ Association of New Zealand, talks about her life as a celebrant.
How to include your children in the wedding ceremony if you get married again
When a couple gets married the second or third time around, they already know what they do and don't want in their ceremony. However, next time around might mean more than just a couple's union; it might involve blending two families. So, how do you include the children in the wedding ceremony to make them feel part of the big day?
What does a funeral celebrant do?
A funeral celebrant officiates at funerals, cremations, memorials and the scattering of ashes. Yet, their services provide so much more than that.
Lynne Greer - National Executive, Celebrants Association of New Zealand
We welcome Lynne Greer to the National Executives to represent the South Island. Lynne has always been passionate about CANZ and what it offers its members.
Have you joined CANZ?
Have you been thinking about joining The Celebrants Association of New Zealand Inc (CANZ)? We understand your desire to be the best celebrant you can be, and when you join, it’s our role to help you get there. We support our members in a wide range of areas to ensure you provide your clients with the highest quality service possible.
Getting the music and timing right at your wedding ceremony
Think of your music at your wedding ceremony as your personalised soundtrack. It sets the tone and scene for the day. However, if you want the music to flow seamlessly, timing is everything.
Have you fully proofed your wedding ceremony songs?
Do you have a couple of meaningful songs that you would like to play at your wedding ceremony? Or do you and your partner have ‘your song’? Whatever your song may be, have you fully proofed it for your wedding ceremony?