Denise Moss Celebrant

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Whatever and wherever your interests lie, we will work together to pull it all together into a beautiful and memorable ceremony!

Choosing a competent Civil Marriage Celebrant is an important decision for your wedding day.

Finding the love of your life is something to celebrate and your wedding ceremony is the ultimate act of formalising and celebrating this union!

*PA system available
*Table and chairs
*Experienced, friendly and professional
*Resource book containing lots of helpful information
*Various packages to suit your budget and needs

Please contact me today for more information. 


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What’s Involved in a Bespoke Ceremony?

Every engaged couple has a unique love story. A Bespoke ceremony is about including your own love story and your journey together that I can present in a factual, yet light-hearted way, into your ceremony. After all, there are some guests that don’t necessarily realise how you met! Don’t worry about too much being revealed, as you will always have the opportunity to edit the content!

There are quite a few ceremonial rituals that are an option to include in your ceremony. A traditional ceremony does not need to use any special items that are used in the other style ceremonies. There are other little gestures to include for those who come into a second marriage and have children from another relationship. That’s called ‘blending families’ and you can include the children using the Unity Sand Ceremony or using candles.

Rituals and Ceremonies?

Whatever and wherever your interests lie, we will work together to pull it all together into a beautiful and memorable ceremony!

Please refer to the sub-headings listed below for an over view briefly explained, as follows:

Traditional

A traditional ceremony is very popular with my couples. It doesn’t require any props although one can always include recognition of important deceased loved ones.

Then there can be cultural or traditional ideas from your heritage that you might like to integrate into your ceremony.

Unity Candle

Ideal for participation of the children or the parents of the couple.

Eg; The mothers of the couple light 2 candles before you take your vows. After the vows are exchanged, the couple take these lit candles to light a Unity candle to symbolise the merging of both your families.

Memorial Candle or Flower

Used when a loved one is deceased or not able to be at your wedding.

The candle is lit at the start or a flower is placed on a vacant chair to represent the missing loved one followed by the reading of a lovely verse about this person.

Unity Sand

Excellent for 2nd marriages or Renewal of Vows too.

The couple (and all your children) have separate containers of different coloured sand. The couple pour their sand into a special bowl in unison symbolising the joining of their lives in marriage. Very visual and very meaningful for those with families.

Unity Bowl

This involves placing different coloured stones or flat marbles into an attractive glass bowl to symbolise each family member such as the grandparents, parents, step-parents and any children the couple may already have.

Rose

There are variations with this. One ritual involves a certain verse is read as the groom hands his bride a rose and she provides a vase to receive it.

Wine

The best man pours wine into a goblet from which the couple must take a sip from for the each wish they make. It symbolises sharing from the cup of life.

Warming of the Rings

Before the rings are exchanged, they are put in a pouch and this gets circulated amongst the guests during the ceremony. Each guest is to make a wish for the couple. It must be back in time for the rings to be exchanged of course!

Not recommended for a large group of guests.

Handfasting

During the ceremony the couple’s hands are tied together from the wrists with a selection of coloured ribbons that represents distinct meanings example: light blue means understanding and patience.

Dove Release

There are some dove handling businesses that provide a pair of doves that are released by the couple after an appropriate verse is read.

The location of the ceremony should dictate what rituals would be more suitable than others. For instance, lighting candles outdoors would be rather challenging if there are strong winds.

Reviews

(4 reviews)
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6 Sep 2015

Really good! Felt very comfortable talking to her about our story and the day itself was perfect, she went above and beyond.

Denise Moss Celebrant  

Thank you Hope for your lovely feedback. It was such a pleasure to be part of your special day. All the best!

24 Apr 2015

Very friendly, warm and professional! Made great suggestions and all went very well.

Denise Moss Celebrant  

Thank you Robyn for your kind words. Congratulations again to you both!

22 Mar 2015

She was great, very professional, everyone loved the ceremony!

Denise Moss Celebrant  

Thank you very much Jayne, it was so lovely to work with you and assist you on your big day.

19 Oct 2013

We are very happy with how the ceremony was conducted. Denise was friendly, welcoming and warm before, during and after the ceremony. We have no hesitation in recommending Denise to other couples.

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