Fancy Becoming a Humanist Celebrant?

While the prospect of sealing the deal on hundreds of couple’s l.u.r.v.e and getting to eat your way through a lifetime of canapes is definitely appealing, there’s a WHOLE lot more to being a Humanist Celebrant than meets the eye.
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Suicide Awareness

As Celebrants, we are there for the families of people who have chosen to end their lives. When we are invited to conduct a Funeral or Memorial Service for the deceased we see first-hand the void that is left behind and also hear the many unanswered questions they have.

Lucy Black

Here at Fuze HQ, we love nothing more than arming our Celebrants with the skills needed to truly ROCK the socks off their ceremonies; therefore, you can imagine our excitement when we found out that our very own Lucy Black had been nominated for ‘Celebrant of the Year’ at this year’s Scottish Wedding Awards!!
Humanist Wedding

Ten Reasons Why Every Couple Should Consider a Humanist Wedding Ceremony

There are far too many magical moments that occur along the celebrant/couple journey to list, but without question, one of the pinnacle points occurs when, after months and even years of getting to know our delightful duos, we get to propel them full force into the dizzying heights of newlywed-ness.

Tales from the Celebranthood

As part of our ‘Tales from the Celebranthood’ series of blogs, this week we’ve interviewed one of our sensational Celebrants, John Leo Scott, for some insight into the world of a Celebrant and what it means to him personally.

Tales From the Celebranthood

Over the next few months we’re going to be using our Thursday Thoughts slot as a kind of portal to transport our readers into the wonderful world of the Celebranthood. To kick things off, we thought we would start this series of blogs right at the very beginning of the Fuze journey, so this week we’re shining the spotlight on the first ever Fuze Celebrant and Founder, Anne Widdop, by asking her why she decided to set up Fuze Ceremonies.