Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

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Service Area
Sydney, Southern Highlands, Central Coast, Blue Mountains
Business Hours
8am-8pm 7 days per week.
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Questions and Answers

What makes you unique to other Celebrants?

Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

Everyone is, of course, unique. So too, are you ... at an exciting stage in your life.

Recognising this individuality, I focus on encouraging the couple or family to participate in their own ceremony however they may wish. Flexibility is vital to ensure each ceremony meets the ideals and ideas of those taking this significant step.

My totally inclusive approach is reflected in my work.

I have experience working with people from non-English speaking backgrounds. So too, in working with interpreters and people with some form of disability and their communities.

** With this philosophy, I believe my work has the happiest conclusions for everyone! **

My fiance is Swiss, and won't be coming to Australia until a week before our wedding. Can we be legally married?

Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

Absolutely! No problem!

For Marriages, only: One legal form, 'Notification of Intention to Marry', must be completed at least one month before the wedding.

Details required eg. family names and passport numbers can be sent to me, email is fine. I just need signature and to personally sight some original papers eg. passports, before the Ceremony.

The same applies when two non-Australian citizens, also not living in Australia, wish to be married here.

Can we write our own vows?

Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

Most definitely! I encourage people to personalise their ceremonies as much as they choose. Vows, particularly, take on a very special meaning. I have suggestions to guide you in this, should you wish. Legally, however, there is also a vow that each person must say exactly in their marriage promise: 'I call upon the persons here present to witness that I (Name) take thee (Name) to be my lawful wedded 'husband/wife/spouse.'

Can we include symbols from our own culture in our marriage ceremony? And an interpreter?

Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

Of course. The more a ceremony is personal and relevant to those involved, the more meaningful it is.

Certainly, I welcome the opportunity to work with interpreters. My professional background includes significant time with communities of cultural and linguistic diversity.

Can we include religious elements in our marriage taken by you?

Simply Love Celebrant - Pauline Hunter-Knight

Certainly. While I am a civil Celebrant, so ceremonies are not based on religion, I am only too happy to incorporate religious elements as you may wish. Some choose to have faith-based readings, songs, or blessings. Some couples include wedding rituals and symbols, eg. some candle ceremonies, which may have a religious representation for them.

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