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Ceremonies mark important moments in our lives.

Usually, they mark a change, and they take our communities on that journey of change with us. It could be a change in our commitment to another person, a change of gender, a change of name or even our transition from life to death.

The most important thing is that you are the centre of your ceremony.

If you’re planning a ceremony in South Gippsland or the surrounding regions, click on the enquiry button below and let’s start planning for the kind of ceremony you always dreamed of.

Start planning today by popping along to the pages below, and we can shape your ceremony together.

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Weddings and Commitments
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Specialist LGBTIQA+
Celebrant Services
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Funerals and Memorials
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Baby Namings and
Adoption Ceremonies

Gift a Ceremony

A ceremony is a fantastic gift to present in certain circumstances… the one thing to consider is that a celebrant is a very personal choice. Just because you think I’m the bee’s knees doesn’t mean the people you’re buying for think the same.

If you’re considering giving a commitment ceremony as a gift, I suggest you discuss it with the recipients first. When you offer to cover the costs, allow them to choose the celebrant. And remember that paying for a ceremony doesn’t mean your preferences trump those of the recipients.

If you would like a gift certificate, I am able to help. Just get in touch (details below) to discuss the circumstances.

Code of Practice

As an Authorised Celebrant, I am bound by the Marriage Celebrants’ Code of Practice. I am also committed to the Code of Practice of the Funeral Celebrants Association of Australia. I endeavour to go beyond these codes in meeting my clients’ expectations for their ceremony. If I fail, I hope you will let me know. If I am unable to rectify the situation for you, there are external organisations that can help.

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