Wedding Tip – Keep Your Sense Of Humor

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Most of us like to “get it just right” and of course that is often a good thing, but you also have to remember that things will not always be perfect. We can strive for perfection, have high expectations and standards, pay great attention to detail and still life can throw us a curveball. When it does, we all have to learn to deal with the situation, laugh at ourselves and just get on with it!

Susanne Forbes Marriage Celebrant Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Bay Islands & South East Queensland
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Will You Be Anxious Before Your Wedding?

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Wedding by Graham Maughan Celebrant Central Coast

 

The groom the night before his wedding went to a restaurant with his best man and groomsman and had a little too much to drink. That night, he called his fiancée’ from the restaurant and told her about the last few anxious days. She wasn’t even phased. “It’s a crazy week, isn’t it?” she said.
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Denise Moss Celebrant Sydney

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Denise Moss Celebrant North Shore Sydney

 

I have been a celebrant for almost a decade. I fell into it naturally because I was a school teacher in my early adult life.  In my mid 40’s I volunteered in as president of a small charity. Over the ensuing years and because of my work background, I learned to be aware and assess others’ needs and develop the ability to communicate. Having a fine-tuned sense of wit has been a blessing too.Read More

Creating your Ceremony – IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASK

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We live in a diverse country filled with so many nationalities and cultures as well as spiritual beliefs including the local indigenous and the respect for country.

I encourage my couples to reflect and consider adding part of their history into their ceremony. It’s a way to respect their family and uniting their history and beliefs.

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