I have been a civil marriage celebrant since 2009, and I conduct both weddings and funerals, and any other kind of ceremony you might be interested in celebrating.
I have conducted *all* kinds of ceremonies and rituals, and I would be delighted to assist you in realising the personalised celebration or ceremony that suits you, your family, and your relationships.
As a funeral celebrant, my approach tends to be what is considered a celebration of life.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss further your needs, either by the form below or through any of my social media sites listed on this blog.
For a *much* longer post on my style as a celebrant: feel free to read my blog post:
In Australia, to become a civil celebrant, in order to legally perform marriages, one has to go through an accredited training course and then apply via the Government to be granted a license. As a registered Marriage Celebrant in Australia, you are regarded as a Governmental representative, given that you are officiating over a ceremony that has significant legal ramifications. This responsibility is not something to be taken lightly. As a Celebrant, there is a legal and moral obligation to ensure that the marriage is a legal union under Australian law, and that it is registered appropriately.
For more information: click HERE to go to the Australian Government Attorney-General’s information about becoming a Marriage Celebrant.
And if you want to know more about marriage in Australia: