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Victoria Wheeler Celebrant

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OVERVIEW

Situated in Manning, WA, celebrant Victoria Wheeler is an exceptional, hard-working professional - she's a fabulous addition to any wedding ceremony. Victoria is young at heart, vibrant, friendly, and oh-so entertaining. Lest we forget to mention she has a cheeky side, is innovative, and is an affably fun and approachable celebrant. You'll just love her warm, calm manner at your ceremony!

Victoria Wheeler is young at heart, highly experienced, vibrant, fun, entertaining, witty, professional and a very approachable celebrant - you will love having this bubbly, hardworking celebrant helping you with your wedding planning journey. This wedding season, celebrant Victoria Wheeler will have been a wedding and marriage celebrant in Perth and surrounds since 2004. And let’s just say liberally, that she is just like an old wine… that keeps getting better and better with age. She still loves her work even after some 1350 ceremonies and retains the passion to provide the best service she can to her couples. 


Here’s what you need to know about celebrant Victoria Wheeler:


  • Victoria Wheeler has been authorised been authorised by the Attorney General’s Office

  • She is very popular, so best to get in early

  • She is prompt, efficient and organised, and knows what she is doing

  • Relaxed and easy going, but ensures, too, that your legal requirements are covered

  • A great wordsmith who can prepare a wedding ceremony written personally for the couple

  • She is always well presented and well spoken using a modern PA system


Here’s what else you need to know about working with Victoria Wheeler:


  • A fee structure that is reasonable and industry standard that won’t break your bank

  • She is flexible, pragmatic and adaptable to conditions as they prevail.


So that Victoria Wheeler can help you kick start your wedding day off in your own style. Just sit back, relax and allow her to guide you through the most important and special day of your lives.


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FAQ

This question is many and varied and depends on circumstances, but if you give yourselves a year for your wedding date, then you should start looking then, and have your Celebrant very much booked in around that time.  Especially the popular Celebrants as they get booked out pretty quickly. If you find you only have a short lead time, then it is important to crack on with it very quickly, as the legal requirement is that the Celebrant you choose, is required to have The Notice of Intended Marriage (the first legal document) in their hot little hands at least a month before your intended marriage.

I believe absolutely, if you can,  for a big wedding, as it “shows”, if you don’t.  If it just a very small wedding with just 2 witnesses and maybe a couple of friends, then not quite so critical.

 Absolutely, I usually write a draft ceremony and include some examples of vows, (aside from your legal vow which you both must say), as well. I usually get this pretty close to what my couples want.  If you like them, great, don’t mess with them, but if you want to be more involved and to individualise more in what you vow, then certainly, you are more than welcome to write them, and I can assist with that, if need be.

Of course, this is very much one of the key components and most important part of a Celebrant’s job.  I am quite strong on this, because if your paperwork turns out to be wrong, a Celebrant can expect an email or phone call from the Department of Births Deaths and Marriages, or/and maybe a “please explain” from the staff who run the Marriage Celebrant Program from the Federal Attorney General’s office.  And no Celebrant in their right mind wants that.  That said, Celebrants are only as good as the information they are provided with for identification of a couple.  If the couple give incorrect information, then it becomes troublesome for everyone involved.  It should be noted that all of the marriage documents are indeed legal documents, and can be tested in a court of law, if it went that far.

Yes, I provide a PA system, one so that everyone can hear me and the couple, and two, couples are welcome to use my PA system for their wedding music.  All they have to do is provide a device, (iphone, ipod) with your music loaded in files and in order, and someone who is a bit tech savvy, to drive the music on the day.  Very easy!


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October 2020

We were so lucky to have Victoria as our celebrant. As we requested, she made the wedding process small, short and sweet with a sense of humour. Everyone enjoyed it. She was proactive and quick responding. Everything was easy done even we live in a remote area. Highly recommend her.

En-Hui M.

January 2020

Victoria is a very special lady. Throughout our whole marriage process Victoria was there to give us tips and guide us. Vitoria said some beautiful words about us as a couple and even helped us to write our own vows when we got stuck! She was always on hand to answer any questions. A week before, Victoria came to our venue and got us all organised for the ceremony. This put our whole bridal party at ease and then we could just enjoy the moment and the day knowing that Victoria had everything else under control. Victoria spoke beautifully and delivered a very special ceremony that was personal to us. We loved having you a part go the day Victoria. Monique and John XXX

Monique J.

October 2019

Our wedding day was so special and Victoria Wheeler our celebrant made even more so. She was so in tune with us and just said and did everything right. We couldn't have asked for a better celebrant. Thank you so much Victoria.

Kim B.


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can i have a religious ceremony not in a church?

Victoria Wheeler Celebrant

There is no reason you cannot have a religious style wedding ceremony outside of a church. You may ask a Religious Celebrant, authorised by the Federal Government , if they would be prepared to do that for you, in a park, or venue, ………..though suspect it would be up to their respective faith. There is a difference between them and a Civil Celebrant. If a Religious Celebrant is not keen you may need to link up with a Civil Celebrant, (also authorised by the Federal Government) who has religious faith and is happy to provide that.  Not all Civil Celebrants would be too keen if what you are asking for is overly religious. They would probably, as I would, feel a little uncomfortable.  I could count on one hand the number of  ceremonies where I was happy to say a few religious words during a wedding ceremony that I have presided over.

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