Margaret River Wedding Celebrant & South West Weddings, Western Australia
Margaret River Wedding Celebrant – Ceremonies to Cherish!
“Wendy was our celebrant for our wedding in October! She is amazing!!! She was so relaxed, friendly and we just loved how she wanted our ceremony/day to be exactly what we wanted! Wendy we can not thank you enough!!! You put together the most beautiful ceremony and any couple that has you as celebrant is extremely lucky.” Kym & Cory
If you have recently become engaged, congratulations! The Margaret River region is full of beautiful locations for your wedding day. Whether it’s a beach or forest ceremony, or one of the many amazing function centres and wineries in region, I’m happy to adapt to your chosen location to set the scene for your perfect way to tie the knot.
I love creating ceremonies that reflect my wonderful, diverse couples. I specialise in relaxed, authentic, stress-free ceremonies. I’m a confident public speaker, and experienced in incorporating rituals and traditions, and writing ceremonies with a natural flow so I can calmly guide you from beginning to married in a way that will mean you can simply enjoy being in the moment.
As an Authorised Marriage Celebrant, I’ll of course help guide you through the legal processes required for marriage, making the process as straight forward as possible.
Have a look at my MY SERVICES page to see what my fee includes for officiating at your wedding. You may also like to have a look at my TESTIMONIALS page to see what others have said about my Celebrant service.
My weddings are for everyone, so if you’re a same sex / LGBTIQ couple feel confident approaching me knowing you will be given the same respect and quality service as all of my wonderful couples – see also SAME SEX WEDDINGS
Why not arrange an obligation-free chat with me to discuss your hopes and dreams for your special day?
If you’d like to find out more about the legal implications of marriage in Australia you could start by reading – Happily Ever Before and After (this will take you to a pdf on the Attorney General’s website).