The Celebrant Magazine

International Journal of Celebrants and Ceremonies

The Celebrant magazine covers

ISSN 2632 – 9557

88pp

Full colour

Handy A5 size

Published quarterly on
the equinoxes and solstices

Editor and publisher:
Veronika Robinson/Starflower Press

The only trade-industry publication for celebrants

The Celebrant magazine is a dedicated resource for the celebrant trade industry suitable for new and experienced celebrants, worldwide, to learn, connect, grow, develop, and be inspired.

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Congratulations! The first issue of The Celebrant looks amazing. It’s been an inspiration to read the various articles. Deep respect for your dedication and all the time you will have put into this.

Rosalie

I love it! Really interesting articles and beautifully put together – well done you.

Jacqueline, France

Your magazine is amazing. Thank you so much for collating such a lovely readable publication. I have not been able to put (issue 1, September 2019) down since receiving it a couple of weeks ago. Seemingly, I find more and more gems every time I open it. I love the size too, just right to fit in a celebrant’s handbag, ready to take out and read when having a coffee or sat in waiting room awaiting an appointment. This magazine is full of knowledge, inspiration and practical help from experts covering a wide range of celebrant’s job descriptions. I am sure it will help all level of celebrants from the newbies like me, to the more experienced amongst us. Thank you again Veronika, waiting in anticipation for issue 2!!!!

Warmest Wishes, Sally

New Zealand