Married at First Sight- MAFS

Married at First Sight- MAFS

Under Australian Law – The Marriage Act of 1961 – there must be 30 day’s notice given to the Attorney General that you have an intention to marry in the form of a NOIM (Notice of Intention to Marry) so the idea of not knowing your intended spouse until the day...
Full Moon Commitments

Full Moon Commitments

When a couple are trying to decide on the date that they will be married. There are many things to take into consideration such as applying for annual leave from their occupations and if the venue will be free on that date and if the reception can be booked for the...
From Toastmaster to Civil Celebrant

From Toastmaster to Civil Celebrant

A lot of people have asked me from time to time what made you decide to become a Civil Celebrant. My reply is simple. I was a toastmaster for seven years and it seemed to me a natural progression from Toastmaster to Master of Ceremonies. It is really very similar...
Unplugged Ceremonies

Unplugged Ceremonies

I came across this new phrase just recently when I was talking to a professional photographer. It is termed as an “unplugged ceremony”. This is when the use of mobile phones and camera’s are prohibited during the service. Why this has come about is the couple have...
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