Funeral Celebrant Coffs Harbour
The celebration of a life
Often one of the most overwhelming and thus difficult ceremonies to arrange is a funeral service. There are so many decisions to be made in order to create a service that meets the expectations of loved ones. Sometimes participants wish to celebrate the life of a lost one in a joyful way. Other times a funeral service needs to be more sombre to allow loved ones to grieve and cope with their loss.
Therefore, it is vital to create an occasion that captures the appropriate mood and meets those varying expectations. Partnering with a professional funeral celebrant who understands the diffcult nature of the arrangements can make everything a lot easier. A celebrant understands how to create a service that is fitting for any occasion.
What is included in your funeral service?
Ceremonies by Kellie will guide you through the entire funeral process. We provide a one-on-one consultation where we will go through all the service options available. We can assist you to find appropriate music, poems and readings for your service to create a unique and personalised ceremony. Kellie will also look after all the legal obligations to ensure all relevant documentation is submitted to the appropriate legal authorities.
Why choose Ceremonies by Kellie?
What sets Ceremonies by Kellie apart is our unique ability to take what can be an upsetting and confusing time and shape it into a meaningful and respectful funeral service. We spend the time to fully understand your expectations and ensure that your values and ideas are incorporated.
On the day, we are there to provide support and to look after any last-minute arrangements that may unexpectedly arise. This leaves you free so that you can be fully present to participate in the ceremony.
Where do we hold our funeral service?
Ceremonies by Kellie operate across the entire Coffs Coast and surrounds. We can come to your home or to a particular place of your preference to host your service. Therefore, the location of your funeral service is not limited to chapels or cemeteries.