Your Ceremony - Your Way
Your ceremony will be personalised according to your wishes. Whether you want something simple, traditional or alternative, I will work with you to ensure your ceremony is exactly what you want it to be. I service all areas of Sydney.
A naming ceremony, also known as baby naming or name giving, celebrates and formally welcomes a child into their circle of family and friends. This ceremony is an alternative to a christening or baptism, however can still include religious poems or readings into the ceremony. Family and friends may participate in the ceremony, sharing your joy and pledging their love, support, devotion and commitment to the child and their family.
Marriage is more than the legal joining of two persons, although legal requirements must be addressed. It is the uniting of two individuals who are already attuned to one another. When such a bond exists between a man and woman, it is fitting that an outer acknowledgment be made. A wedding ceremony can be short and simple, traditional or alternate... anything a couple want it to be. Ceremonies may include rituals such as the unity, sand, hand binding, rose ceremony or a dove or butterfly release. A special way to symbolise one of the most important days of your life.
Commitment Ceremonies A commitment ceremony is a way for a couple to show their dedication to one another without the legal confines of marriage. A commitment ceremony can be used when couples are not legally allowed to marry but may also be used by those who do not wish to enter into marriage. Same sex couples often choose to have a commitment ceremony. A commitment ceremony celebrates a couple's love and commitment and their plans for their future together. Ceremonies may include rituals such as the Unity, Sand, Hand binding or Rose Ceremony or a dove or butterfly release. A special way to symbolise one of the most important days of your life.
Renewal of Vows
The renewal of vows ceremony also known as re-affirmation of vows ceremony is for married couples wishing to re affirm the vows of love and commitment they took on their wedding day. There is no legal implication relating to this ceremony. A ceremony such as this, provide the couple with an opportunity for their family and community of friends to participate, witness, and affirm their continuing love and support for the couple and their marriage.