When planning a wedding, you can be sure of 3 things:
1. You need a Marriage Celebrant,
2. Your ceremony is about the two of you & should reflect how awesome your true love is,
3. If you want a fabulous ceremony, your Celebrant has to be fabulous too!
Do you have an image in your mind as to how it will be? How it will feel on the day? Aside from a few rules, a civil ceremony can be whatever you want it to be.
We can make it fantastic together.
Call me on 0400 207 913.
Renewal of Vows
A Renewal of Vows Ceremony can be for a great number of reasons. It is a time to reflect on your ideals, beliefs, true feelings, your hopes and desires for your future life together and a time to thank each other for the love you have enjoyed already.
The renewal of vows ceremony (also known as re-affirmation of vows) is for married couples wishing to re affirm the vows of love and commitment they took on their wedding day, whether it was 1 year, 10 years or 50 years ago.
There is no legal implication relating to this ceremony. A ceremony such as this provide you and your partner with an opportunity for your family and friends to participate, witness, and affirm your continuing love and support for each other.
The perfect way to officially welcome your child into the family and community is with a Naming Ceremony.
It is a time to mark a rite of passage; to bring everyone together to celebrate this new life and pledge promises to guide and support your new family member.
Naming Ceremonies are growing more and more popular!
You can involve other family members too, like Grandparents and also appoint “God parents” or “Mentors”.
Certificates will be provided to mark the special occasion - as many as you like.
When a couple makes a Commitment to each other, whether legally recognised or not, it is a time for celebration and the perfect opportunity to bring people together to celebrate this thing we call love.When a couple makes a Commitment to each other, whether legally recognised or not, it is a time for celebration and the perfect opportunity to bring people together.
The ceremony can be in a similar format to a wedding, or can be completely different.
For example , a handfasting ceremony is quite popular today among many people who find that their own lifestyles call for an alternative joining ceremony to that provided by more typical weddings.
Equally, a same sex commitment ceremony can express the couples promises in a less formal, but equally touching way.
There are no limits with this form of ceremony! Tell me what you have in mind and we can make it happen!
Same Sex Marriage
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