Tag Archives: officiant

Wedding Planning: Getting the Balance Right
Wedding Planning: Getting the Balance Right

19 November 2019

Wedding planning is a very delicate balancing act. First and foremost, bride and groom must see eye-to-eye. Secondly, other people may well be involved,...

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How can you Trust a Celebrant?
How can you Trust a Celebrant?

2 September 2019

When I was training to become a civil celebrant, my group was asked why we had chosen this career path. I vividly remember one...

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Ceremonies and Humour
Ceremonies and Humour

15 July 2019

Many people think a life-cycle ceremony has to be staid and solemn. However, there can be a part for humour in most ceremonies.

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Who needs a Wedding Rehearsal?
Who needs a Wedding Rehearsal?

8 July 2019

“Who needs a wedding rehearsal?” One of those “it depends” questions, really. If we’re talking processions, music, complex rituals, large numbers, then I would...

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Doing without a Wedding Planner
Doing without a Wedding Planner

4 June 2018

A wedding planner can be wonderful! At the very least, she should ensure peace of mind for you. Let her take care of all...

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Why hire an Officiant?
Why hire an Officiant?

4 May 2018

You may know the term “officiant” better as “civil celebrant”. Or you may not have even heard of either term! If you’re planning a...

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