Secular Officiant for Weddings, Baby Name Dedications, Memorial & Funeral Services, & Invocations
Victoria Gipson, Humanist Celebrant
It is very much a part of our human nature to commemorate the landmark events in our lives with rituals and ceremonies. It would be my honor to create beautiful personalized ceremonies to celebrate and bring meaning to your landmark occasions.
Celebrate with family and friends and give your child a name with a secular naming ceremony to welcome your new family member.
Whether you choose a destination wedding or a simpler more intimate setting, a personalized ceremony created to celebrate your love and commitment to each other will be memorable.
A humanist memorial or funeral service is designed to honor your loved one and celebrate their life, and their unique personality.
At Secular Celebrations we welcome and provide services to couples and families who:
come from mixed faith traditions
are non-religious, non-affiliated, secular, humanist, agnostic, or atheist
espouse a religious faith, but prefer a more secular personalized service
Your Story, Your Celebration, Your Way Is How I Create Your Ceremony
In every life, there are occasions that call for ceremonies — the arrival of a child, marriage, an anniversary, the loss of a loved one. It is a very human need and desire to commemorate the landmark events in our lives with rituals and ceremonies. Are you looking for life affirming, personalized and meaningful ceremonies for the important milestones in your life? I create lovely custom ceremonies for weddings, baby naming services, anniversary celebrations and vow renewal ceremonies, funeral or memorial services, retirement celebrations, and wise woman recognition ceremonies.
My name is Victoria and as a trained Secular Humanist Minister/Celebrant certified by the Humanist Society and recognized by the American Humanist Association I can legally officiate your ceremony in all 50 United States and US territories. I am located in Northeast Indiana, however as my schedule allows I am willing to travel outside of my immediate geographic area. Life and all of its milestones should be celebrated. Even when a loved one dies the life and times of that individual should be recognized and celebrated. It would be my honor to write and officiate a ceremony uniquely created just for you as you celebrate an important milestone in your life!