Marriage Equality

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Marriage equality was achieved in Australia today.  Dean Smith’s bill passed in parliament without amendment. What this means is that same sex couples will be able to show their love and commitment through marriage at last. It means that the … Continued

Marriage Equality

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    Congratulations to the Australian people for voting ‘Yes’ to marriage equality in the national plebiscite. Fairness, tolerance and common sense – which we like to think are part of the Australian character – have won out. There is … Continued

The Marriage Ceremony: Make it Personal

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  Everyone wants to make their marriage ceremony personal. Of course making it personal means different things to different people. For some, it means saying marriage vows they’ve thought about and written themselves (in addition to the legal ones). For others it means including special … Continued

Choosing a Ceremony Location

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People choose ceremony locations for a range of reasons – perhaps the place has a special significance for the bride and groom, perhaps it’s on a deck they’ve built together or it’s is a location with lots of natural beauty … Continued

Tricky Little Problem

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I just love this photo sent by Belinda and Michael. We were trying to work out how to pin the button hole flower onto the groom’s shirt without stabbing him. The solution….. he borrowed a jacket. LOL

Symbols for a Persian ceremony

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I just conducted a beautiful, small ceremony for A and P. They chose to combine a civil ceremony with elements and symbols from a traditional Persian Ceremony. I just loved it.  I even heard one guest say, ‘We should do some of this … Continued