You and your partner have decided to get married. It’s a wonderful decision and your wedding day should be an occasion you will remember for the rest of your life.

With a little planning, you will remember it as a day filled with joy, love and laughter BUT you will also want to remember a wedding ceremony which was yours, that reflected your own values, feelings and beliefs and not someone else’s.


This is what I Rosemary Hackman at Ceremonies with Heart will help you achieve! All sounds so simple doesn’t it? Think about it for a moment. You’re going to have friends and family come and see you marry the love of your life and the most important part is that few minutes when everything goes quiet, you look into each others eyes and declare your love for each other in front of them all.

You hold hands and make those vows – maybe there’s a little moistness around the eye – and you hear the celebrant declare that you are husband and wife and … you’re married.

Marriage is a huge step for anyone. It’s the joining together, physically and emotionally of two individuals who have different backgrounds and histories, but whose desire to spend the rest of their lives in each other’s company means it’s time to take the next big step.

So, you agree on a date, you agree on a place, you agree on a time and then you agree on a celebrant.