Should we have signs at our ceremony to leave the front row vacant for immediate family?
I was thinking maybe this is tacky, but then maybe it's necessary. (Or am I really just overthinking it?)
Someone suggested that this is the role of the celebrant - to ensure that it's family in the first row.
Is that generally true?
Civil marriage in melbourne... is it possible?
My self a Muslim & my girlfriend is Hindu. I live in Melbourne on aus pr visa & my GF lives in the USA on a work visa. we are planning to get married in Melbourne.
please advise what is the best way to marry her in Melbourne without any religious marriage. I can contact you personally too discuss more abt my scenario.
do you think celebrants would be up for flying to officiate a destination wedding?
would i have to pay for their flights accommodation food etc
how can we make a mention of same-sex couples and marriage equality in our civil ceremony?
we're not gay ourselves, but our dear friends are and we were wondering if celebrants would be open to making a special mention of it during our ceremony