Your Wedding Day.....

.....Let the celebration begin

A memorable marriage ceremony is one of the most important aspects of your wedding day.

 

The preparation for your wedding will be one of the most exciting, emotional and special times of your life and one that you should enjoy every moment.

Your wedding day ...  a day that will be pure joy.  So let the celebration begin...

The benefit of having a Civil Ceremony is the flexibility of being able to have your ceremony anywhere in Australia, at any time.  It is just a matter of finding that special place, whether it be a favourite beach, a place of significance or a spot filled with memories, it can be arranged.

 

Wedding days’ are quite often filled with countless emotions. It is my responsibility to put your mind at ease and have all aspects organised commencing from our first meeting right through to and including your big day.

Rituals & Customs:

As a special touch you might like to consider including in your wedding ceremony any of the following rituals:

 

  • Candle ceremony

  • Warming of the rings ceremony

  • Wine ceremony

  • Rose or flower ceremony

  • Hand-binding (tying the knot) ceremony

  • Release of Butterflies, Doves, Bubbles & Ribbons

  • Hand ceremony

  • Sand ceremony

  • Love Letter and Wine Box Ceremony

  • Or rituals such as the Japanese tea ceremony or Japanese sake ceremony known as "san-san-kudo".

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A brief program is as follows:

  • We meet to discuss details of your special day and help with appropriate legal documentation required and lodge with Birth Deaths and Marriages after the ceremony.

  • Months leading up to your big day we communicate creating the perfect ceremony.  From the time you book with me, I am available to answer any queries you may have.

  • Approximately one week before a rehearsal will occur (if needed), as well as some final paper work to be completed.

 

We can coordinate:

  • If the partner is living/working interstate and not back until just before the wedding

  • If the partner is working or living overseas

  • If the partner is not an Australian Citizen

  • If you want to be married in Australia but from overseas

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