English Speaking Wedding Celebrant for Brittany Weddings

Getting Married in Brittany? Take a look at our English Speaking Wedding Celebrants

Are you Getting Married in France, renewing your vows or planning a naming ceremony? The term Celebrant isn’t always well known or understood . Some people might be more familiar with a registrar or officiant. In a church you might think of a vicar or a priest but for most destination weddings in France, couples choose a celebrant to officiate during their wedding ceremony.

A Celebrant will be involved with creating, writing and conducting your ceremony and someone who writes and conducts humanist or non-religious ceremonies. They are also asked to officiate at Naming Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows, Funerals and Memorials.

Our celebrants are not only professional celebrants, they have extensive knowledge of conducting weddings in France.

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    Côtes d’Armor (22)

    Long-distance coast paths and king scallops (coquilles Saint-Jacques), sunset over the Pink Granite Coast, chateaux, forts and abbeys are here to be explored. Birdwatching in Saint-Brieuc Bay or the Sept-Îles archipelago, the biggest lake in Brittany at Guerlédan, granite giants at the Valley of the Saints, and adrenaline boosting watersports.

    Finistère (29)

    Taste a delicious, buttery kouign-amann at Douarnenez, enjoy the Vieilles Charrues music festival and the traditional Filets Bleus festival, surf at Cornouaille or hike in the Monts d’Arrée range, get a bird’s eye view from the cable car at Brest, marvel at the spire of Saint-Corentin cathedral in Quimper.

    Ille‑et‑Vilaine (35)

    Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers in Saint-Malo and discover the world of King Arthur and Merlin at Brocéliande, watch dolphins in Mont-Saint-Michel Bay and marvel at the high tides on the Emerald Coast. Discover the colourful festivals and the cathderal in Rennes, oysters in Cancale and chestnuts in Redon.

    Morbihan (56)

    Wander the medieval streets of Vannes, enjoy the Nantes-Brest Canal, or the isles of the Gulf, or the delicious local salted butter caramel. Lose yourself among the Carnac menhirs, go sailing at Lorient, explore the Brocéliande forest, re-live a Passage to India at Port-Louis, or experience the charms of the Rhuys and Quiberon peninsulas.