One-of-a-kind Ceremonies

Commitments • Weddings • Vow Renewals

 

 

 

Renewal of Vows
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Renewal of vows represents a special acknowledgment of relationship and commitment by a couple. It is a commemoration of two people whose shared journey is well underway.  Time together, accomplishments in the face of challenge, aspirations for sharing more life adventures, re-energized commitment, deepening love – these are but a few of the ingredients that inspire beautiful renewal ceremonies. It is my pleasure to help pay tribute to a maturing relationship.
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One-of-a-kind
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Your ceremony may include aspects of traditional weddings, rituals from more than one culture and/or religion, new rituals created just for you, and symbolic elements that reflect who you are. Your ceremony may be spiritual without being religious; or meaningful without being spiritual.

I will work closely with you to ensure the ceremony honours your beliefs and philosophy of life, your history together, your identities, your interests and dreams for the future, your families and friends.

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It is your ceremony – my only agenda is to make it extraordinary!
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I will design it to happen in a garden or a park, at the beach or your favourite nature spot, in an elegant inn or winery, in your living room or back yard, on a boat … as you wish. Clothing is required but shoes are optional!
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I am happy to hike or kayak or boat to get to the venue – but I must decline skydiving with you to witness your vows.
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“Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love, and they blossom when we love the ones we marry.”
Tom Mullen
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“I didn’t marry you because you were perfect. I didn’t even
marry you because I loved you. I married you because you
gave me a promise. That promise made up for your faults.
And the promise I gave you made up for mine. Two imperfect
people got married and it was the promise that made the marriage.
And when our children were growing up, it wasn’t a house that
protected them; and it wasn’t our love that protected them – it was that
promise.”
Thomton Wilder
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