As well as Wedding ceremonies, I also facilitate…
A naming ceremony is a way of celebrating the birth of a child and formally welcoming them into the family and wider community.
The ceremony recognises the role of Grandparents, Godparents and Guardians and is usually held either at your home or in a park setting. The child receives a naming certificate as a memento of the day.
Renewal of Vows
This ceremony is becoming a popular way of commemorating a wedding anniversary by the renewal of your marriage vows. It is also a way for couples to re affirm their commitment to each other with a new ceremony.
Or if you were married in a small private ceremony and would now like to have a larger celebration with family and friends, a renewal of vows ceremony is an ideal way to do this.
The ceremony can take place in the privacy of your home or a venue of your choice. You will receive a certificate as a keepsake of your renewal of vows.
Civil Union Ceremonies – Commitment Ceremonies
In support of marriage equality, same sex couples may choose a commitment ceremony to celebrate and formalise their relationship and acknowledge their commitment to each other.
A couple planning to be legally married in another country or state can choose a commitment ceremony without the legal requirements and conditions as a formal way of celebrating with family and friends who may not be able to travel to their wedding.