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Writing your own wedding ceremony

Do I have to write my own Wedding Ceremony? I often find there is a little uncertainty from engaged couples about how to approach their Wedding Ceremony.  As most of them have never had a wedding they are unsure on what the process is for how to put their wedding ceremony together.  They have usually […]

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Brisbane Celebrant Prices

Brisbane Celebrant Price I often get asked, why do Marriage Celebrants charge what they do? Many people assume that a Marriage Celebrant just rocks up on the Wedding Day, performs the ceremony and that’s it, all over in 20 minutes! This simply isn’t the case. A Marriage Celebrant needs to do a lot more than […]

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Changing your name after marriage

Changing your name after you get married Something I often get asked is ‘how do I change my name after I get married’? The wedding certificate that you receive on your wedding day from your marriage celebrant and signed by the bride and groom, two witnesses and celebrant  is a beautiful keepsake wedding certificate.  Unfortunately […]

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Rustic weddings

Rustic Wedding Bridal Guide Rustic Wedding Is a Rustic Wedding right for you? Choosing a theme for your wedding and a venue can often go hand in hand. One option is a lovely rustic themed wedding. What is a ‘rustic themed wedding’?  It is a style of wedding and can incorporate any of the following: […]

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Garden weddings

Garden Weddings As a celebrant I’ve been involved in many garden weddings.  They are always beautiful. On a wonderful, perfect temperature spring day without rain in a lovely lush setting, a garden wedding can be something many young girls (and not so young) dreams of for their wedding day.  Unfortunately sometimes things can go not […]

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Wedding ceremony legalities

The legalities of your wedding ceremony Did you know that there are a few legalities to be aware of for your wedding ceremony if you get married in Australia? Marriage celebrants in Australia need to be trained and registered, unlike in America were you can be ordained online in 10 minutes according to TV shows […]

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Wedding ceremony structure

What you need to know about structuring your wedding ceremony A lot of people are guests at many weddings but don’t pay detailed attention to the structure of the ceremony so when it comes to planning their own wedding ceremony are a little confused about where to start.  This is totally normal and nothing to […]

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Wedding planning

Planning your wedding… Phew it can be overwhelming for some and for others a dream come true!  I loved planning my wedding and wish I could do it again! LOL Here’s a list of some of the key (but certainly not all) items you need to think about and hopefully help you get started. I’ve […]

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Wedding Ceremony Readings

Wedding Ceremony Readings Wedding ceremony readings don’t have to be religious. I personally feel they add to your ceremony and are a way to personalise your ceremony.  They are also a great way to include special friends or family in the wedding ceremony. Any poems or readings you choose should ideally reflect who you are […]

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100 ways to save money on your wedding

Save money on your Wedding Day So the day you have been dreaming about is fast approaching and its very exciting but mention the word ‘Wedding’ and you will know that costs can easily spiral out of control! Wedding flowers for the bridal party, family, wedding ceremony, wedding reception, wowsers! That’s just one small part.  […]

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