I just did a quick Google (I'm only human) to see how my officiant services were ranking in the online world. I'm thrilled to announce that my SEO efforts are paying off, I'm well ranked, and I'm getting lots of calls. However, it occurred to me that I'm only positioned for people searching "Austin Wedding Officiant", while some people might be searching "Austin Wedding Celebrant". I Googled that wording and wasn't so thrilled with the results! I'm nowhere to be seen on that search. Must work on that!
Which brings up a good point: what is the difference between an Officiant and a Celebrant? The answer is: not much. They are basically the same thing: people who may or may not be affiliated with a religion, who perform rites and/or ceremonies. I consider myself non-denominational and I perform mainly weddings, commitment ceremonies, and vow renewals. I've always called myself an officiant because the person who I trained with called herself an officiant. However, I think it's safe to say that "Let's Do It" Vows offers celebrant services as well. Put the word out. Let's celebrate!
Contact Sarah and "Let's Do It" Vows for more information about her officiant / celebrant services for opposite and same-sex weddings, commitment ceremonies, and vow renewals in Austin, Central Texas, and West Texas.