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Pagan Weddings in Sydney

Pagan Ceremonies honour the energy of nature and the equality and of man and a woman finding unity in love. As an experienced Pagan wedding celebrant, I have been involved in many ceremonies of this nature including the elements that sustain life.

AIR-FIRE-WATER-EARTH are symbolized by candles for fire, feathers for air, a crystal or natural piece of rock for earth and a cup or special dish for water. These symbols reflect the modern & ancient values of caring for the environment and the equality of man & woman committing to marriage in a sacred way.
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A beautiful “where sky meets sea and mountains” wedding at Collaroy beach Sydney

Blessing the rings with the singbowl, Pagan Wedding at Balmoral Beach Rotunda


This style of Ceremony is flamboyant with props, candles, goblet, swords, feathers and rocks & crystals to symbolise the 4 elements. After careful historical research I have devised wedding rituals that are drawn from Anglo-Celtic & European heritage. Pre 1700’s most marriages were held outdoors & outside of the church, only landowning families were married inside the church. The customs of handfasting, sword presenting and broomstick jumping are all living history traditions stemming from this time. Jumping broomsticks originates in both Cornwall and Africa.


Pagan Weddings can be incorporated into period and themed ceremonies.They are often combined with the Handsfasting Ceremony. I have had an interest in this type of spirituality since the 1990’s and fully understand the nature of the symbolism involved. Pagan ceremonies are family friendly, they are growing in popularity with the general public’s understanding and acceptance. Ceremonies can be simple and discrete or theatrical and fun. As always it’s a choice for the couple to make.