Tag Archives: ceremony

When it all goes wrong …

3 October 2016

Things do go wrong. Even at weddings. Even when you’ve done everything possible It’s just the nature of the thing. Everything may not run smoothly....

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Crucial Decisions

20 September 2016

When you’re preparing for a major life-cycle event, there are crucial decisions to be made. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a wedding, vow renewal,...

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“So you’re going to marry a dog?!”

16 August 2016

I actually heard this question on Sunday, just before the start of a wedding I conducted. It was said with a smile, but there...

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Making the Most of Your Big Day
Making the Most of Your Big Day

26 July 2016

What do you think of, when you’re planning your big day? Is it the celebrations afterwards? Maybe it’s the location, catering, guests and a...

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Joys and Challenges of Second Marriage

5 July 2016

It’s not unusual for couples to be entering a second marriage. As a celebrant, I delight in seeing more mature people so obviously in...

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When Special becomes Extra-Special
When Special becomes Extra-Special

28 June 2016

Looking for a special ceremony? As a civil celebrant, if I’m doing my job properly, the ceremonies I put together and conduct will be...

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