Whether you imagine a traditional wedding ceremony or a ceremony that is designed to show individuality and uniqueness - discuss your dream wedding and let's get started.
Beach Wedding - Private & Secluded
Elopement Ceremony - Special In Every Essence
Garden Wedding - Private Or Parks & Gardens
Simple Elegant Ceremony - Intimate yet Relaxed
Bush Wedding - Relaxed and Natural
Barefoot Wedding - Very Popular at the Beach
Cruise Ship - Pre Departure Ceremonies Local Port
Larc Sandbar Wedding - Your Very Own Sandbar
Private Plane from 1770 Airstrip - Uniquely Memorable
Private Yacht from 1770 Marina - Weather Permitting
Private Home Wedding - Just You and Your Witnesses
Big Family Celebration - Celebrate Your Family Extensions
Funeral & Memorial Ceremonies
Part of living is dying. Grief and Grieving is the process of an individual who experiences their "Own Form of Grief and Loss" Every single human being, experiences grief and grieving as an individual.
To assist individuals and families with a dignified and sincere service, whether graveside, or private chapel, Or at your home, it is my humble role to respectfully ensure your loved one and yourself, experience the most loving and relevant farewell.
Experienced in Funeral & Memorial Services, including Still Birth Memorial Services, and Celebration of Love and Life Services.
Whether a solemn and quiet reflection is your loved ones bequest, OR if your loved one was open to a true celebration suitable to their wishes, I will endeavour to represent the respectful wishes of you and your family.
Ash Scattering - land air and sea.
Marriage Equality - Dec 2017 - Celebrating Respect & Inclusion
Yes I am available to assist you plan and officiate your marriage, with whole hearted respect and equal love.
Sand Blending Ceremony
Sand Blending is a popular ritual where two different coloured sands are poured from your individual bottle or vessel into one central bottle signifying your union
If a family is coming together (blending), sometimes the children are involved in this part of your ceremony,
signifying their own lives joining into the new union/family.
The child or children can each have their own
coloured sand, signifying their individualism - and that they
now too become a part of the blended new family unit.
Unity Candle Ceremony
A candle lighting ritual is a very beautiful inclusion to your ceremony.
There are variations to this ritual, however generally each of you light your own individual candle. This signifies you as the individual people that you are, and that you will retain the uniqueness you bring into your married life.
A central candle (the unity candle) is then lit by each of you with your individual candles. This part of the ceremony signifies all that you bring into your relationship and marriage as individuals; joining together while still respecting each others individuality.
An excellent ritual for your children to be included in.
Imagine your children joining you to acknowledge your union and commitment, to each other, and at the same time being acknowledged themselves, as a very important role within reforming as a newly blended family.
Love Commitment Ceremony
There are no limitations for your love commitment ceremony style. You can select any location, and you can select any style of commitment ceremony.
The only difference between a marriage and a love commitment ceremony, is that the celebrant must advise all parties present that he or she is not performing a lawful marriage.
At present in Australia, this ceremony is suited to couples who wish to honour their love and commitment to each other- and those couples that prefer not to formally marry.
Renewal of Vows Ceremony
Perhaps you married away from your family and friends, or you were unable to have your dream ceremony at the time of your marriage.
Perhaps you want to re-state to each other in front of your family and friends your ongoing love for each other.
Vow renewal ceremonies can be as lovely as if you were being married again, or as simple and intimate as you like.
Once again the celebrant must make it clear to all present, that the ceremony is not a lawful marriage.