Find the right celebrant for your big day and create a bespoke humanist wedding ceremony with Fuze Ceremonies

The team at Fuze Ceremonies tell us how they personalise humanist ceremonies for each couple they work with, helping you make the most of your wedding ceremony.

Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Neil McKenzie at a wedding ceremony at Dalduff Farm, Maybole
Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Neil McKenzie at a wedding ceremony at Dalduff Farm, Maybole. (Photo: Daniel Mainland Photography)

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There’s so much that goes into planning your wedding, from finding the perfect venue and dress to adding in personal touches throughout the day. While all the eating, drinking and dancing is a lot of fun, the wedding ceremony is arguably the most important part of the day!

As well as being the time when you officially become a married couple (it’s the reason you’re there after all!) the ceremony is a great opportunity to let you and your partner’s personalities, interests and story shine through.

Working with a celebrant in the lead up to your big day can put your mind at ease and ensure you get to say “I Do” in a way that’s right for you.

We spoke to Fuze Ceremonies about what goes into each and every single one of their humanist wedding ceremonies.

Fuze Ceremonies offer flexible and unique ceremonies performed by one of their fully trained, insured, disclosed, and authorised celebrants.

With a fantastic selection of celebrants all over Scotland to choose from, brides and grooms-to-be can find their perfect celebrant match and get to know them before the big day as they work together to create a truly personal humanist ceremony.

Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Nancy Braid at a wedding at Seamill Hydro, Ardrossan.
Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Nancy Braid at a wedding at Seamill Hydro, Ardrossan. (Photo: Clive Watkins Photography)

How can I book a Fuze celebrant?

We all know it takes a lot of planning to pull together a wedding, but Fuze Ceremonies keep things simple with their sector-leading Live Celebrant Availability Checker, which you can access online 24/7, 365 days a year.

It lets you see who from Fuze’s extensive celebrant team is available for your wedding date.

You can browse their bio, see their social media pages, arrange a chat and even book directly online there and then via their secure deposit payment booking system. It’s that easy.

Take a look at the Live Availability Checker on their website.

Fuze Ceremonies Say 'I Do' Podcast and Live Celebrant Availability Checker
Fuze Ceremonies’ Live Celebrant Availability Checker and Say ‘I Do’ Podcast

If you’re still figuring out the look and feel of your humanist wedding ceremony, there’s plenty of inspiration and useful advice for planning your ceremony on the Say I DO with Fuze Podcast.

Their channel is full of podcast episodes which have been created to help you get the most from your ceremony with stories from their team of celebrants drawing on their experiences and busting myths.

Who are Fuze Ceremonies?

Based in Scotland, Fuze Ceremonies are an award-winning not-for-profit Humanist organisation who conduct legal Humanist weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies.

Working to the motto ‘your day, your way’, they provide creative and energetic ceremonies that can be performed anywhere and anytime.

From secluded picturesque spots to medieval castles and everything in between, you can choose a ceremony location in Scotland that perfectly fits your day.

Giving back with The Fuze Foundation

As Fuze Ceremonies are not-for-profit, couples who choose a Fuze Humanist wedding ceremony will also be supporting The Fuze Foundation. With each legal wedding ceremony, Fuze donates a portion of their fee to support their chosen charities and good causes.

From March 2023 to February 2024, their chosen charities are Beatson Cancer Charity and Alzheimer Scotland.

Morag Webster, Trustee of The Fuze Foundation, said: “We are so excited and proud to be able to support these two amazing Scottish charities who do such vital work within the community and research fields.

Many households and families are affected by both Cancer and Dementia illnesses, so it means a lot to everyone at The Fuze Foundation to be able to give back while doing something they love.”

As well as raising thousands of pounds for Scottish charities since being established in 2012, Fuze Ceremonies also give back by providing ceremonies for those in need at no cost.

Choosing a wedding celebrant for your wedding day

Having been established for more than 10 years and with more than 50 friendly celebrants to choose from, Fuze Ceremonies’ team have a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw from when creating the perfect humanist wedding ceremony for each couple.

Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Christopher Griffin at a humanist wedding ceremony at Oran Mor in Glasgow
Fuze Ceremonies celebrant Christopher Griffin at a humanist wedding ceremony at Oran Mor in Glasgow (Photo: Dave Fallon Photography)

It’s no surprise that they’ve picked up a few awards along the way including the Your Scottish Wedding Awards Winners Celebrant of the Year 2022, Scottish Wedding Awards Highly Commended Celebrant 2022, Lux Global Wedding Awards Agency of the Year 2022 and SME Scottish Enterprise Awards Winner Celebrant Agency of the Year 2022. And there’s plenty of happy couples sharing their thoughts over on Trustpilot too, where they have over 1.2K reviews and a five-star rating.

You can find out more about Fuze Ceremonies and how to book a celebrant on their website and you can also contact them via email at and by phone on 0800 014 8237.

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