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I’ve been meeting a lot of new couples in the last few weeks which is sooooooooooo exciting.  My diary for next year and even 2021 is filling up nicely.   My website seems to be doing its job.  In the main my new clients have had a proper look and the FAQ section does seem to have answered most of their queries about the process of a celebrant led ceremony.  But I thought it might be helpful for prospective clients to have a blog that provides a bit of insight about me as a person.  So here goes.

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Over the past few years I have met and worked alongside many wedding photographers.  Extraordinarily in all the weddings I have done I’m yet to bump into the same photographer twice. I take my hat off to them.  It is a deeply competitive business.  Not only are there many of them but they also work incredibly hard. 

At the beginning of May this year I presented a ceremony for Nikki and Steve. The venue was a marquee in the field on the family farm of Rose, Nikki’s childhood and bestest friend. This farm was a place where she always felt welcome. A home from home. Rose has played and continues to play a huge part in Nikki’s life, and we included a short paragraph in the script celebrating their special friendship.

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When I met with Abbie and Luke to discuss the detail of their script it became very apparent that they both had an incredible bond with their mothers. Rarely are there occasions when one can publicly express one’s love and thanks to a parent, but a celebrant ceremony provides just that opportunity.