Just contact me and I will answer all your questions, tell you everything you need to know, as well as offer lots of creative ideas.
I say great, we lock it in the diary, we get together and start the planning process. If you are within 40km of me, I am very happy to come to you, but if it is further, I will invite you to come to Ocean Grove for our meeting.
Well, I’m relaxed, I’m calm, I have a great sense of humour, I have a lot of life experience, and significantly, I am part of the LGBTIQ community.
I am happy to travel anywhere in Victoria and throughout our beautiful country.
Not at this time, but hopefully when the government change legislation to legalise same-sex marriage, there will be.
Yes I do, and I strongly advocate people having conversations with loved ones and family about their wishes.
Yes I do. It is a practical and loving act for a person to plan their last dance, not to mention the strain and stress it saves their loved ones.
Yes I can. There are many tasks that need attending to and it can be quite overwhelming for a lot of people. I can be involved and assisting you for the entire process, or parts thereof. This can be easily sorted and managed when we meet.
Yes I know of many venues and places, and if we don’t hit the mark, I have a great network of colleagues who can give suggestions.
Yes I am happy to book services on your behalf, once you have given your approval.
Gosh that’s a tough one. Yes definitely. Obviously there would be travel and accommodation costs, but yes, happy to go anywhere.
Yes I can no problem at all. For your info, when legalised, weddings will only be legal if the ceremony occurs in Australian waters. Having said that, it is always a handy idea to do the legalities here, then conduct the ceremony aboard, and you would not have to worry about Australian waters.
Yes most definitely. There are commercial ‘Commitment Ceremony Certificates’ that I purchase, although I have found for most couples, they want something more personalised. I create certificates to suit your occasion.
Yes. You can have your ceremony wherever you choose to. Some public places require a permit, and if not in Melbourne, they normally do not cost anything.
Absolutely I would. I have a nice long surfboard in fact. That would be very cool. We would do the legalities on land, then ocean here we come.
I have a base fee, but often there is travel involved, so I prefer to chat with my clients about their needs, and quote accordingly.