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Lucy & Michael's wedding @ Syndey Rowers Club on the Sydney waterfront included many rituals:
Handfasting - sword ceremony - singbowl - drum - harp.
They chose to use my old world quill for the signing.

The photos of Michael & Lucy's wedding are taking by John from "Eternal Photography"
Michael himself is a photographer who has the advantage of just being on the couples end of the camera so to speak.
Both are featured in my Photographer section of my links page and are highly recommended.

Including children is something I really enjoy.
As I teach dance & drama to children I find fun engaging ways to help children feel important & included in ceremonies.

Candle ceremonies are another way to involve family members.
It's great to include serious, important and fun aspects to a wedding ceremony.
Also a bit of fun with the mad hatter top hat.

Playing Bodran - Irish Drum.
Music - poetry - story telling - movement - ritual all create a well rounded interesting ceremony.

The Wedding Ceremony Booklet

To make sure my Wedding Ceremonies are 100 % legal the Monitum is always read and vows must be promised, these are the two legal requirements of a wedding ceremony.
I offer a range of ceremony options and workshop ideas with you. Then publish a wedding booklet I use to read from on the day and give to you as a keepsake.

The beautiful" Nurses memorial Chapel" at Little bay Sydney is available for secular services where you hire a celebrant to conduct weddings - commitment ceremonies & baby naming ceremonies.

Playing harp as the procession music at the Chinese comes the bride!

There are so many great waterfront locations on Sydney harbour. This wedding was at Woolwich Dock ( there is a link on my links page ) with the reception @ The Woolwich Dock Hotel . As you can see goat paddock has great Sydney Harbour Bridge views and a great wedding photo shoot location and much more private and chilled than in the city.


I do travel to the Weddings I officiate.
This Wedding is at a Scout Chapel near Gosford
Sharni & Steve chose black & purple Gallery Serpentine Wedding Ensembles

I do travel to the Weddings I officiate.
This Wedding is at the Wollongong Botanic Gardens
Miriam chose a 6 cord handfasting ritual, she made the beautiful celtic knot herself.

A beautiful close up of one of the quills & velvet table cloth I provide on the day, i also have a white plume & purple + peacock plume. Photo kindly provided by Smith photography, more information on my links page.

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