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Sandie and Rob smiling

Rob ‘The Roadie’ is one very special man.

During the week Rob masquerades as an extremely busy business executive.

Then come ceremonies, Rob becomes the exceptionally talented, diligent (and handsome) unpaid roadie.

Every celebrant loves a roadie!

Sandie and Rob
marriage celebrate, steve and amanda signing the register
Photo: Tony Potts Photography

As a marriage celebrant, meeting with couples becomes very special as you get to know and trust each other in documenting the most personal love stories, wedding vows and visions for their wedding day.


Steve said Amanda has a heart of gold and an infectious laugh to match – Amanda said that she fell in love with Steve at first sight – (and he can cook to boot)


The rest requires a huge box of tissues !

Sydney Marriage Celebrant, David and Neringa

David and Neringa were married at the beautiful Springfield House, Dural.

It is always such a privilege to get to know couples I will marry.


David and Neringa’s ceremony love story included a fun moment noting their proposed honeymoon plans.

Neringa opted for Seattle Washington as David plead for Rugby World Cup in Japan.


Too much fun waiting with baited breath to hear the outcome of their married couple choice.


At The Botanic Restaurant, Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney, Lisa’s vows began with “Who could say no to a naked man with a bunch of roses?”

Paul’s began with “I have your heart, your kidney, so I hereby claim the rest of you”.

Such a special privilege for me as a celebrant to marry this wonderful couple who also included their quirky family tradition of sharing musk sticks at poignant occasions.


Overlooking beautiful Sydney Harbour, Thai couple Xavier and Suphak exchanged vows under glorious Sydney sunshine. There was a moment where we anticipated action plan 2 as emergency services including helicopter rescue decided it was also a good day for an emergency drill.


It goes without saying that the role of a celebrant is to ensure that everyone is comfortable, relaxed and knows exactly what to do during their special ceremony.

Beautiful Bride Suphak knows exactly what to do!


One of my Beautiful Brides Belle takes a peek from her wedding car.


1920’s themed weddings embrace all of the style and glam from yesteryear. The creative options are limitless when planning your themed wedding.


I love it when some of our beautiful brides break the rules in opting for wedding gowns with a twist!

Let me create a memorable day for you!