As a registered marriage celebrant, I will weave your magic into a truly memorable ceremony reflecting the love between you and your partner. I have a range of celebrations that extend well beyond the traditional ceremonies, and I love working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Celebrancy feeds my soul. Creating ceremonies for two people in love, no matter what walk of life they come from, I can weave your story into the perfect tapestry or paint your perfect picture.
No two ceremonies are the same as each person is an individual, bringing their own colour palette.
The different aspects of your wedding can include sand blendings; candles; hand fasting – including the use of ribbons or ivy; honoring the directions or the elements – fire, air, earth, water, and spirit; the use and explanation of rose petals; Tibetan singing bowl; Scottish Quake; Tappa Mats; Conch shells; Smudge fan; Mead; Feet Cleansing; and more.
I have also created a Blessing Spray primarily for weddings to prepare the space for the Bride and Groom prior to the ceremony.
The types of ceremonies I have officiated over time have included many traditional wedding ceremonies and handfastings, as well as Mediaeval, Wiccan, Pagan, and Native American inspired rites. If you have requests or any specific ideas, I will work with you to create your perfect ceremony.
The ceremony is explained throughout so your guests understand what you’re doing and why.
Rite of passage
This is a ceremony that honours an important phase in your life. It may be a birthday that is significant, or it could be a difficult or joyous time in your life that you wish to celebrate. In some cases it can feel like a rebirthing.
This ceremony is to welcome a new baby into your family. If you have older children that have not had a naming ceremony, we would do a “Rite of Passage” ceremony for them.
Renewal of Vows
This is a wonderful way to honour your journey and love of one another; reconnecting and committing to the future. If there are children, we honour what they have brought to your marriage.
This ceremony will assist you to let go, to honour your gains and losses and to speak of your new strengths. This can be done with one or both parties, and can be a very empowering ceremony.
“Thank you for today – it was so amazing!”
“It was so natural and personal, it didn’t look like a performance.”
“I loved the ceremony. Normally I’m bored and don’t pay attention I just want it to end. With this ceremony, I was looking forward to the next bit.”
“You captured my daughter in the ceremony it was so her.”
“It was a beautiful ceremony, where did she get it from?” a guest asked the bride’s Mother. “She wrote it,” was the Mother’s response.
“I knew it would be perfect!” – in response to Roz writing a Baby Naming Ceremony