Your Personal Ceremony
I love hearing all about how you met, what you love about each other, what your family and friends mean to you and your hopes for the future – this is the story I write from scratch and share with all your loved ones at your wedding ceremony.
I can also help you with writing your vows, as well as lots of ideas which will include the people that are important to you within your ceremony.
On the day of your ceremony, I can take care of the music, bring a copy of your Vows and most importantly stand by your side, keeping you cool, calm and collected.
Same Sex Weddings
To say that I was happy when every single Australian was finally given the same rights in marriage, would be an understatement! I was overjoyed and accept all couples exactly as they are, cos to me “Love is Love!”
My specialty is being able to bring to life the Jewish traditions that are important to you in a non-religious way, by explaining to your guests the symbolism and meaning behind why we do what we do.
To me, a funeral is a celebration of life. I will be there to hold your hand and guide you through every single step.
If you don’t have a family member or close friend that can Emcee at your wedding, then I’d love to stay on and help with introducing all your loved ones for their speeches, cutting the cake, your first dance, and even your exit. I will make sure that the important people are there for photos and speeches.
Celebrating with your culture
You might have been brought up following your family’s religious traditions and even if you may not be a believer now or in the future, perhaps you would like to honor them in a non-religious way. This can be done through performing some of the Cultural traditions – I can definitely help you with that throughout your wedding ceremony.
Naming Day Ceremony
A Naming Day celebrates the arrival and name of your child in a non-religious way, usually held at their 1st birthday or at any time really.
You can even display the meaning of the name and ask those that will play a huge role to say a few words.