Melbourne Marriage Celebrant At Your Service

Welcome and thank you for visiting my website. I really love being a marriage celebrant!

I am a university-trained Melbourne marriage celebrant with commonwealth government registration and over eight years experience in performing different ceremonies including: Melbourne weddings, commitments, renewal of vows, baby-naming and special occasions.

I am a leading Melbourne marriage celebrant and my style is warm, natural and young at heart. My approach is to listen to you, plan with you and create a ceremony that is just what you want it to be. My training and experience have given me a deep knowledge of the importance of ritual and ceremony in our lives.

Please have a look around my website - I hope you decide that I am the Melbourne marriage celebrant for you!

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Latest Posts:

Sea, sand and smiles

The bride and groom came down from Sydney with a group of close friends to celebrate their marriage on the beach at St Kilda. The skies may have been grey and the wind blowing, but everyone was happy. Their marriage ceremony was the legal solemnisation of an earlier exchange of vows in New Zealand, and

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“Happy Wedding Day”

My little grand daughter was so thrilled that we were celebrating Saturday’s wedding in my home that she drew a picture for the bride, groom and guests to see as they entered. Everyone managed to find a seat. During the ceremony the happy couple lit a marriage candle and after they had exchanged their vows,

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A Country Wedding

A big party in Bali will follow early next year, but for their small, civil marriage ceremony the happy couple chose to exchange their vows in the garden of the groom’s family property. Trees were decorated with pink and white lanterns and magpies sang their congratulations. What an emotional moment it was for the bride

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A Kind of Destiny

  With the majestic buildings and garden of Ripponlea as their background, the bride and groom looked serenely happy as they “tied the knot” in a symbolic hand-fasting ritual. Even though their earlier paths had brought them tantalisingly close to each other – going to the same school, sharing mutual friends and interests, and living

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