Weddings can be as simple or as elaborate as you like. You can recite vows that you have written or recite traditional vows. Readings and rituals can also add that special touch, as can music. I am here to listen to any wishes you may have for your ceremony, and to fulfil any requests within my power. I will also ensure that all legal requirements have been taken care of and all documentation submitted to the Registry of Birth, Deaths and Marriages within the official time frame.
A committment ceremony is perfect for couples who want to express their deep love for one another without the legalities (and paperwork) that marriage brings with it.
A Naming Ceremony is an opportunity for family and friends to welcome a child into their community. It is common practice to appoint mentors (godparents) who promise to have a special role in your child's future. Grandparents and siblings can also partake in the ceremony by being involved in rituals and the reading of verses.
Renewal of Vows Ceremony
It is becoming increasingly popular for couples to re-affirm their love for one another by reciting new vows to each other. It is often held in conjunction with a special anniversary and can include the reading of verses and rituals. This type of ceremony is also perfect for couples who have had an elopement or destination wedding and would like to renew their vows in front of their family and friends back home.