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In my experience as a Marriage Celebrant in Sydney and it’s surrounds I have had the pleasure of conducting ceremonies in a variety of locations, both inside, under cover and outside in the magnificent outdoors. Percentage wise I probably do nine outdoor weddings to one indoor...

My daughter lives in Nairobi and I keep in touch (partly) about what she is doing in terms of life and work through a new project which she has launched. Being a media producer, her expertise, online journalism made it an easy decision for her to...

My lovely daughter, Miranda, produced this video for me to help explain the different versions of the hand fasting ritual. Some of these techniques have been created by me to cater for the different requests I have from couples. Each coloured ribbon or cord is...

For as long as I can remember every Saturday morning when I wake I check the weather. I make an assessment for every bride who will be married that day. Silly when you think about it because people are married on everyday of the week....

It finished with Sparklers. What a glorious day yesterday, the park at Nurrangingy Reserve was washed clean from the deluge of down pours we have been experiencing over the past two weeks. The grass was luscious green and the ducks were enjoying the glistening lake....

Despite popular belief it is not fashionable for a bride to arrive late for her wedding! If a bride deliberately delays her arrival at her wedding ceremony it can create distress for everyone and have a knock on effect for some things, which may not be...

Last night on an episode of the Australian television drama 'The Time of Our Lives', a surprise wedding ceremony was the climax of the show and series. I love this programme because all plot lines seem plausible and possible and it was so easy to let...