Celebrating Celebrancy success: Andrew D Scott Celebrant wins Global Wedding Award
Andrew D Scott Celebrant has been announced as “Best Independent Wedding Celebrant (Scotland)” in the 2022 Global Wedding Awards. This prestigious honour is particularly significant given Andrew only qualified as a Celebrant during the lockdown period – a truly extraordinary achievement.
The wedding industry demands nothing short of excellence. Brides and grooms have exceptionally high expectations as they strive to create the most important, joyous day of their lives. They need everything to be perfect. Wedding industry suppliers must therefore provide the highest quality service, always placing the couple at the very heart of everything they do.
This award is therefore testament to Andrew’s personalised approach, and recognises the time, care and effort he makes to truly get to know each couple. Once making sure the chemistry is right, he finds out what makes them tick, what their expectations are and what the perfect ceremony looks like to them.
“I am absolutely delighted and very humbled to win this award. I knew as soon as I started training to be a celebrant that this is what I am destined to do. But I could never have imagined that I would have already married so many couples across the length and breadth of Scotland, never mind win a global award, in such a short space of time!”
Based in Milnathort, Andrew has worked in the hospitality and events industry for over 25 years. As a celebrant, he works closely with couples to create ceremonies tailored to their personalities, history and beliefs. And as an industry professional he knows exactly how to turn their vision into reality.
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