Tina MacKellar

Biography

My main aspiration for being a Celebrant is for you to say to me, “that ceremony was just right for us”. 

I help families to choose the right words for their ceremonies by listening to what’s important to them and by understanding their wishes.  I have a lot of experience in talking to people about their life histories and so when I meet you, I will use my listening skills in combination with my creativity and passion for social history, to help to bring stories and people to life: creating truly unique ceremonies. 

A little bit about me: 

For the last few years I have enjoyed going on adventures with my family in our caravan. I do confess, however, that it is my wife Lou that does the hard bits: driving and hooking up etc.!  However, we also have a three-year-old, which means that I’ve always got a good supply of chocolate buttons on me.  My storytelling abilities also extend to an impressive repertoire of children’s stories, that I can rattle off when required. I also like jive dancing and going to gigs, especially country and folk music. My favourite tree is a rowan, my favourite bird is a robin and my favourite place is Millport.  I am also known for doing a mean rendition of Tam o’Shanter when asked! 

If I am the right ‘fit’ for you, please feel free to contact me to take forward the conversation 

Tina McKellar - Celebrate People

Biography

Tina McKellar - Celebrate People

My main aspiration for being a Celebrant is for you to say to me, “that ceremony was just right for us”. 

I help families to choose the right words for their ceremonies by listening to what’s important to them and by understanding their wishes.  I have a lot of experience in talking to people about their life histories and so when I meet you, I will use my listening skills in combination with my creativity and passion for social history, to help to bring stories and people to life: creating truly unique ceremonies. 

A little bit about me: 

For the last few years I have enjoyed going on adventures with my family in our caravan. I do confess, however, that it is my wife Lou that does the hard bits: driving and hooking up etc.!  However, we also have a three-year-old, which means that I’ve always got a good supply of chocolate buttons on me.  My storytelling abilities also extend to an impressive repertoire of children’s stories, that I can rattle off when required. I also like jive dancing and going to gigs, especially country and folk music. My favourite tree is a rowan, my favourite bird is a robin and my favourite place is Millport.  I am also known for doing a mean rendition of Tam o’Shanter when asked! 

If I am the right ‘fit’ for you, please feel free to contact me to take forward the conversation 

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