Welcome to my Advice-Rich Blog...

 
The typical celebrant blog is a diary of ceremonies conducted - with lots of personal information about the couple. I don't do that because of privacy issues, so you won't find many references to real life weddings here. Rather, the posts on this blog answer questions I have been asked, and give me an opportunity to share tips, advice, and my thoughts about various issues and challenges you may well be faced with as you plan your wedding or other milestone occasion.  So this is a mixed bag about anything and everything from choosing your venue and your celebrant, to what might seem like miniscule decisions where your decision can have a big impact on the overall outcome.
Browse the Blog - posts in chronological order, newest first

Or delve into a subject/category ...

Celebrant - posts about what a celebrant does, how to choose a celebrant, etc

Blog posts about Weddings

Inclusive Weddings - posts about aspects of weddings that are inclusive of culture, gender, sexuality, and ability, etc
Wedding Budget - posts about wedding budgets and how to save money and prioritise expenditure
Wedding Ceremony - posts about various aspects of the ceremony
Wedding Dresses -
Wedding Legals - posts about what it takes to make your marriage legal
Wedding Planning - lots of different aspects of planning your wedding, all of them important
Wedding Rituals - sometimes called sub-ceremonies
Wedding Traditions - there are so many traditions around weddings that people often think of them as rules. Expect to find facts about the history of these, plus some provocative thoughts from me. (Hint: Wedding traditions are peer pressure from previous generations and many stem from superstitions that are no longer relevant_
Wedding Vows - posts about wedding vows
Vow Renewals - posts about renewing your vows (Vow Reaffirmations)
Blogposts about other milestone ceremonies
Divorce Ceremonies
Naming Ceremonies
How to Become a Famous Blogger - Cartoon
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This cartoon is by Dave Walker. Shared for a a bit of fun. Feel free to share my posts (but not to plagiarise them, of course!)