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Brittany Young




CERTIFIED CELEBRATOR

Story by Kayla Fugate • Photography by Brian Packard

Brittany Young, also known as the Certified Celebrator is a party throwing, holiday loving, gift giving, modern day hostess. She’s on a mission to encourage women all over the world to live a joyfully celebrated life. When she’s not on social media sharing her creative ideas she’s spending time with her husband, Brad and their five year old son, Brady.

Brittany earned her Bachelors degree in Family and Consumer Science and her Masters degree in Leadership Dynamics at WKU. Her first job was a cashier at her hometown grocery store. Growing up Brittany dreamed of being an activity director on a cruise ship. And while her dreams changed slightly after college she is still sharing fun and creative ideas all over the internet.

Brittany is the founder of CertifiedCelebrator.com, an online resource for all things party, holiday, home, and lifestyle. “We are in the business of building joyfully celebrated homes and encouraging moms to find reasons to celebrate their families everyday.”

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