Whilst some of your wedding plans, perhaps even your wedding date itself, may be up in the air at the moment during these uncertain COVID times, there’s a lot of things that you can do to remove or reduce the stress and uncertainty.
If you’re planning your dream outdoor wedding then you’re going to need a backup plan in the event of bad weather.
Changing your name after your wedding can be quite a process. Use this simple guide to get it done quick and hassle-free.
3 easy steps for you to follow in order to get your (legal) wedding certificate in your hand as soon as possible after your wedding.
I’m delighted to have a brand new service to offer you. Now you can live stream your wedding ceremony to those who are unable to be with you in person during covid times.
Thankfully, Celebrant troubles are very rare. But if your relationship with your Celebrant does break down, what can you do? How can you prevent it from happening in the first place and what is the process for making a complaint about a Celebrant?
So you’re deeply in love with one another, the plans for your wedding day are coming along nicely, then out of left field, your Celebrant brings up ‘Relationship Services’ with you. What Gives?
If you have some friends or relatives who you’d like to be more involved in your ceremony, here are a few options for you …
One of the things you'll need to consider is whether you would like to have children at your wedding. It's a...