Types of Ceremonies
I honestly believe that your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. Whether it's your first or your third, you should consider it as a new beginning and you should mark this new beginning with a ceremony that reflects your true selves.
A way to declare your commitment and love as a couple to family and friends. The rules of a commitment ceremony: There are no rules!
The content and style of every commitment ceremony is unique.
*Australian law changed in December 2017, and this couple have since become married YAY!
A wonderful way to celebrate your marriage, your accomplishments and all those shared experiences. During COVID-19, many couples are choosing a small intimate wedding ceremony, followed by a major party in 12 months time where they will renew their wedding vows!
Make your wedding ceremony stand out from all the rest by including a symbolic ritual! Hand Fasting, Sand Ceremony, Tea Ceremony, Last Kiss, Candles, Balloons, Butterflies, Doves, Whiskey, Wine ... and many more to choose from.