Selecting the right officiant is important. Officiants can have a religious affiliation, be non-denominational or certified as a funeral celebrant. The ceremony should be a reflection of the person who passed away. A funeral celebrant is an individual who can prepare a written service based on some one’s life events and milestones. They can incorporate meaningful literature and music to create a personal tribute for your loved one. The family should sit down with an officiant to discuss the content of the service to ensure that the ceremony brings a form of closure, inner peace from their reflection, and even spiritual fulfillment.