Ceremonies & Celebrations2018-09-05T04:03:39+10:00

I don’t do “cloned” ceremonies,
I do original ceremonies.

Ceremonies & Celebrations

Married in Minutes. – Weekday Weddings – Simple – Legal – Affordable

Complete and lodge the Notice of Intended marriage form with me at least one month before and get married in a ceremony that just includes the legals. You’ll need 2 witnesses over the age of 18. Be it over breakfast, lunch hour or cocktail hour, you choose the time and place.

A Private Elopement

I understand that some people have their own reasons for keeping things to themselves and want to make that very special commitment. Be it just you and your witnesses at a private romantic location I can provide a personal dignified wedding ceremony written just for you with privacy guaranteed.

A Pop Up Wedding

So, you’ve been together for a while and want to make it official without the complications of formerly planning a large event. A “Pop Up Wedding” can surprise and delight your guests at a family barbecue, birthday, dinner party, reunion.

Like every other ceremony, you’ll still need to do the Notice of Intended Marriage in advance and everything else is up to you including that romantic ceremony you’ll still cherish for a lifetime.

Renewal of Marriage Vows

Reaffirming a lifetime of love​ It may be a special anniversary or milestone in the life of a couple when you feel the need to do it all over again, this time with your family grown to include children and grandchildren.

Your circumstances may be very different from your original wedding, but every married couple can celebrate a beautiful ceremony that tells the continuing evolution of their love story and the special bond between them, be it in 5 or 50 years in time.

Commitment Ceremony

In Love & Committed Privately ​Every love is personal and private between 2 people who want to celebrate their love without the need for a legal ceremony.

Be it a small private ceremony or a large gathering of friends and family, a commitment ceremony may have all the formality, rituals, vows, ring exchange and a declaration of it being a lifetime commitment, but rather than being a legally binding ceremony it is a public declaration of a couples love for each other.

Funeral Services – Remembrance – Dignity – Compassion

The loss of a loved one is a difficult time for every family regardless of circumstances, are also very personal and unique in the way a person may wish to be remembered.

Like most ceremonies today, there is freedom of choice about content, style, place, time who should speak and how a service will be conducted.

A professional celebrant is someone who can work closely with family members to create a ceremony to celebrate and remember a life lived with of dignity and compassion.

So Where do We begin?

Contact me and set up a personal meeting