Whether you're planning a wedding, funeral or memorial service, I offer a range of ceremonies for whatever your special occasion may be. Following is brief introduction to each one.
Congratulations on your engagement! It is important that your ceremony is just perfect for you both.
While there are some certain paperwork and words to make the ceremony legal, it is the personal touches that will make it special to you as a couple and to your family and friends.
I always welcome and encourage family members or friends to play a role in your ceremony.
A celebration of a life provides comfort to those who are bereaved by giving them a time and safe space to acknowledge their grief and loss. This special ceremony honours and pays tribute to a loved one.
The Memorial Ceremony can take place any time (usually) after the Funeral Ceremony and can include the placing or scattering of the ashes. Celebrate the life and honour a loved one who has passed away by remembering, acknowledging and celebrating their life.
As same-sex marriage is not (yet) legal in Australia, a commitment ceremony can be designed to reflect your personalities and style to publicly declare your love and commitment.
Renewal of Vows:
Celebrate a marriage that has strengthened and grown throughout the years and reaffirm your intention to continue sharing your life together.
Welcome your child into your family and community with a Naming Ceremony. Sibling and Grandparent recognition and involvement adds a personal touch to the ceremony and they are made to feel special.
A naming ceremony can be held for an older child or even where an adult changes their name. This ceremony can also be incorporated into your Marriage Ceremony, Commitment Ceremony or Vow Renewal Ceremony.
For further information about my fees, please feel free to contact me to discuss your specific requirements.
It is important that your ceremony is just perfect for you both.
Please feel free to contact me at any time for more information or an obligation free chat on 0417452843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org