whats your favourite kind of wedding ceremony?

like short and sweet, romantic with readings, personalised etc.

Question Asked: 30/08/2017 Wedding Date: 9/08/2018


Most Helpful Response

Celebrate Love Together with Annette James

Melbourne and surrounds | Mornington Peninsula

(3) Posted: 15/09/2017

One that is totally about you! 

Its full of love, happiness, and is very relaxed.  It tells the story of you - how you met, what you love about each other, your dreams for the future and why you enjoy each others family and friends.  

I so hope you find someone who helps you make your wedding the ceremony of your dreams.  

Enjoy your wedding day!

(11) Posted: 13/09/2017

Hi,

I love personalised Ceremonies, especially ones where the Bride and Groom have taken the time to have alot of input into the Ceremony. It shows how committed they are to each other and their guests are quick to pick up on it too.

Cheers,

Marina


Sue Horne Ceremonies

Brisbane and surrounds | Gold Coast and surrounds

(0) Posted: 5/09/2017

Hello, my favourite kind of wedding ceremony, is one that truly reflects my bride and grooms personalities.  One that we have designed together ... and the biggest compliment is when one of their guests come to me after the ceremony and says "that was beautiful ... it was just them".  Personalised wedding ceremonies are simply the best.  Sue


Jane Marshall-Doherty Celebrant

Mornington Peninsula and surrounds | Yarra Valley, Dandenongs and surrounds

(5) Posted: 1/09/2017

All of my ceremonies are created from scratch.   I give my couples a detailed questionnaire and we write it together with a heap of fun along the way.   It is written around the legal stuff in the right places.

I havent had a favorite ceremony so far as they are all unique - although in a couple of weeks I will be marrying my niece and if you ask me then I may say that one!

Romantic?  Short and Sweet? Elopements - Ceremonies are a reflection of you both, the couple

I'm here if you would like to contact me for some ideas.

Jane


Celebrate and Remember

Yarra Valley/Dandenongs, Albury/Wodonga, Shepparton/Central Victoria

(2) Posted: 1/09/2017

It's really important for the ceremony to reflect the love and commitment of the bride and groom.  Creating a ceremony to "fit" is the aim of a celebrant. The more you can give to help the writing of the ceremony, the better it will be.


Michael Janz Celebrant

BRISBANE, IPSWICH, LOGAN, GOLD COAST, MOUNT TAMBORINE, SUNSHINE COAST

(5) Posted: 31/08/2017

Hi

I love personalising a wedding for a couple so that really represents them and their relationship. Many weddings today tend to last between 15 and 20 minutes so it's important it is a celebration that fits the couple.

When I first meet with a couple I need to understand what they are looking for. Lots of people aren't sure. To help,  the Wedding Kit, I give a couple has a document that goes through the ceremony elements that are often used with plenty of choices. I then try and match the couple with three example ceremonies for wedding I have celebrated.. I just change names on the examples! From  this starting point it's so easy.

The result creates a ‘WOW’ factor in a ceremony and nothing says that more than making the ceremony uniquely personal, simply by celebrating your love and relationship.

All the very best

MIchael

 


Cheryl Forbes Celebrant

Sydney Metro, Macarthur Region, Penrith & Blue Mountains

(5) Posted: 31/08/2017

Relaxed & personal. Fun in the right places, serious in the right places.

Let me know if I can help you. Cheryl


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