There’s no magic in magic, it’s all in the details
– Walt Disney
Most of my couples view the celebration of their unique love story as being at the heart of their wedding day. My “Love Story” ceremonies are about feelings, personalised storytelling, and heartfelt connection. These ceremonies are memorable – some say magical! – because they are all about the details.
A beautiful, meaningful and personal ceremony need not be long or wordy. The elements you choose to include should be authentic and heartfelt. They will reflect who you are as a couple, and what marriage means to you. From cultural components, to symbolic enactments such as a wine-box time capsule or a quaich ceremony; from family vows to flash-mob readings, there’s plenty of fun to be had.
These ceremonies explore all possibilities – they are joyful, vibrant, colourful and inclusive. They flex the boundaries and raise the bar.
On your big day, I am connected, professional and assured – with the requisite 360 degree vision to ensure absolutely everything goes to plan. I keep you calm and relaxed, make your guests feel that we know each other well, and share your story with warmth, a friendly yet professional vibe, and of course, a splash of humour.
If you are searching for the right celebrant to tell your story this way, please get in touch!
“Your calming nature as soon as we met made us know we were in good hands. Throughout the process you were warm and bubbly and understood how important a unique and personal ceremony was to us. You told a beautiful fairytale which was our love story – as if you had known us for years.” A & B, March 2020
Photo: Stephan and Nikita
“We want to extend our appreciation for the heartfelt ceremony you put together for us… Working with you before the wedding was so fun too!” N & M, March 2020.
Photo: Hollow and Co.
“Our wedding was wonderful thanks to Mel. She has such a positive and lovely energy. She always listened to our stories carefully, tried to understand what we wished from our heart and made a beautiful story for our [ceremony.]” H & C, January 2020
Photo: Matthew Cattin