Finding someone you want to share your life with is something worth celebrating. Finding a celebrant who can help you shape the wedding ceremony you want is no walk in the park either.
Lucky you found me!
All weddings are unique, whether they are the conventional legal type or something that’s a little more specifically you. However you celebrate, and whatever shape your love takes, Trevar Alan Skillicorn-Chilver will be there to make sure you get the wedding ceremony to fit your celebration.
Your wedding ceremony could involve every tradition and ritual, or just the ones with meaning to you. Or you can leave out everything but the bare minimum. One of my favourite ceremonies has been the one where the bride was over the moon that she could get married in her pyjamas!
For help with planning a legal wedding, head over to my blog, where you will find posts on all aspects of wedding planning. Click on pricing to get an idea of what it will cost to have the ceremony that suits you.
For more information on other types of ceremonies to celebrate your love, click below:
Gift a Wedding Ceremony
A wedding 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 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 endeavour to go beyond this in meeting my clients’ expectations for their wedding ceremony. If I fail, I hope you will let me know. If I am unable to rectify the situation for you, you will be able to lodge a formal complaint with the Attorney-Generals Department.