Experts: The Master of Ceremonies
“Traditional vows are beautiful, but who wants to repeat what millions of couples have already said? A Celebrant can help distinguish yours from all the rest...”

Boston Magazine interviewed Cindy for their ‘Ask the Expert’ series.
Click here to view the online version of the article.
Ceremony: You’re Spiritual, Not Religious
Brides Boston, publishers of Brides Magazine and Modern Bride, featured Cindy as an officiant who “specializes in interfaith, nondenominational, civil and multicultural ceremonies.”

Click here to download a PDF of the Brides Boston article.

Celebrant Marks Life’s Major Turns
Cindy Matchett and the Celebrant Foundation were featured in the Boston Globe.

Click here to download a PDF of The Globe Northwest article featuring Cindy and her Celebrant work.

Click here to view The Globe’s online version of the article.

Use a Celebrant to Create a Unique Wedding Service
Click here to download a PDF of the CNC article featuring Cindy Matchett.

Cindy has also been featured in Boston Magazine, North Shore Magazine, The MetroWest Jewish Reporter, BostonSpirit, MSN Online, and EdgeBoston.


Cindy and her couples have also appeared in many fantastic blogs —

Bernadette Coveney Smith's advice on choosing a Celebrant officiant in Huffington Post Weddings.

Fun interview for Beantown Bride about custom Celebrant ceremonies and the couples who make them so wonderful

Steve and Nell's Fruitlands wedding in Harvard, on photographer Kate McElwee's blog (scroll down a bit below the Portraits)

Monica and Trevor's Essex Conference Center wedding on
“The ceremony was the most meaningful part of the day for us. We worked with our Celebrant to create a personalized ceremony that was a real reflection of us.”

Kristina and Brett's wedding at the Boston University Castle on David Tucker Photography's blog.

Sara and Ric's Gibbet Hill wedding in Groton, on photographer Melissa Coe's blog

Lauren and Josh's Gibbet Hill wedding in Groton, also on Melissa's blog

Pia and Brian's Elm Bank wedding in Wellesley, same-day edit video by Jeff Brouillet, as seen on Greg Hodges' 5 Star Events blog (Greg is a fantastic DJ, by the way)

Meg and Claire's Boston Wharf wedding on the So You're EnGAYged blog

Kristin and Maarit's license signing by the ocean in Marblehead on photographer Carla Ten Eyck's blog (Kristin and Maarit are wedding photographers too—you can see more of their work at

Ali and Tom's Wachusset Mountain wedding on photographer Kelly Griffith's Closed Circle Photography site

Dan Sroka's Modern Ketubah site has a lovely explanation of the unique Foundation Covenant. Read more about this gay wedding tradition on Bernadette Coveney Smith's 14 Stories blog (along with a fun video clip of her and Jen's ceremony)

Reviews and photos of Cindy on Yelp!

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Make Your Wedding Personal
Team-taught by Mike and Cindy Matchett

A practical and fun workshop for couples to begin to get a handle on the various aspects of the wedding, using your personal values as your guide. Learn tools for planning as a team, respecting your differences, brainstorming, and bringing both of your voices into this unique day. We’ll design a day you will both really look forward to!

See some pictures from a class in Concord.


Cindy also designs and performs warm and loving ceremonies to welcome new children into families and communities, as well as house farewells & new-house blessings.

Many couples are searching for a baby naming or baby blessing event related to a christening, baptism, simchat bat or brit halev, performed in a way that fits with their faith and values, and honors their family. Cindy was featured in iParenting on ways we can celebrate your baby’s arrival. Click here to read the article.

Personal, fun and beneficial—call today to plan yours, or to give a gift certificate!

For more information, visit my Meaningful Celebrations website.

Cindy Matchett, Celebrant ...PO Box 420, Harvard, MA 01451 .. (978) 263-5937

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