Vendor of the Week – Daniel James The Celebrant That Sings

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Happy Monday! Did you have a lovely cozy warm weekend?

Another busy week on Polka Dot Bride as we’re well into our ‘Black Tie’ month here on Polka Dot Bride. Check out all our posts on all things black tie on Wisdom, Made, Groom, Weddings and Honeymoons and of course Bride. In the Polka Dot Directory we have vendors who’ll help you plan your black tie or in fact, any other wedding, in any place you care to think of. We have Photographers, we have Entertainment, we have Food Trucks and Master of Ceremonies – we even have Jewellery and Transport! Our many vendors are keen to assist you to plan your wedding day.

Check out the Polka Dot Directory for wedding vendors who will love your wedding as much as you!

A celebrant that sings? Yes you read this correctly! Daniel James The Celebrant That Sings is able to sing any song you choose from ballads to musical theatre, weaving your chosen songs into your ceremony. He can even coach you to sing if you feel you have a hidden performer within you. Not keen on singing during your ceremony? He can accommodate that too – it is your day and he aims to make it as personal as possible.

We asked Daniel of Daniel James The Celebrant That Sings five questions in five minutes:

What is your favourite reward after a big working day?

A “Wagon Wheel” (maybe 2 I don’t drink or smoke so I’ve got to have some vices!)

Your favourite weekend getaway?

Lake Eildon (Victoria).

What is your most prized possession?

My mum’s wedding ring which I wear on my right hand.

Favourite restaurant?
Nikos Greek Tavern, (they do a great dinner pack to go!).

What do you enjoy most about being in the wedding industry?

As a Celebrant having people come up to me saying that was a great ceremony or they have never been a part of one like that before!

Visit  Daniel James The Celebrant That Sings’ page to find out more about our Vendor Of The Week. Daniel James The Celebrant That Sings is a member of the Polka Dot Directory.


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