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Celebrants

Cheryl Kidd ~ Phone: 07 4128 0339 Mobile: 0416 046 531 Email: cherylakidd@hotmail.com http://www.cherylkidd.com

Annette Georgiou
Phone: 0416 120 540

David Proctor: Phone: (07) 4129 6488

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Ceremonies outside the "church" have become very popluar with over 80% of our couples.
They are now opting to get married at the gardens or on the beach. 
Ceremonies are becoming more personiased then ever and you can still walk the red carpet down to the beach or kick your shoes off for a more relaxed ceremony.
All beach and park wedding ceremonies need to be booked with the local council.
Call Parks and Gardens: Phone: (07) 41259700

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Blessing Stones
 
During the ceremony the bride and groom take a stone each from a basket and a verse is read out.
The bridal party, family and or guests are invited to take a stone from the basket and follows the bride and groom to the waters edge to make a wish or blessing for the newly married couple.
The couple count to three and everybody casts the stones into the water at the same time.
You may also use shells.
 

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Unity Sand Ceremony
 

The Unity Sand Ceremony is known all over the world for its beauty and sanctity. Couples add this ceremony to their weddings as an alternative to the unity candle ceremony because it so elegantly captures the meaning of their two lives becoming one. And it creates a lasting keepsake of that special day.

Using different colored sands, the bride and groom each take turns filling a Unity Vase as they recite their chosen vows. The sand colors can be coordinated with your home décor, chosen based on colors you love personally or for any other special reason that is meaningful to you. At the end of the ceremony, the vase is taken home and sits atop a shelf, a table or a mantle, beautifully symbolizing the start of your new life together.