Camp Cove, Watson's Bay
Their perfect ceremony was simple, romantic and intimate with only a few guests. They pictured the beach at sunset with only the basic elements – the declaration, vows and exchange of rings.
Camp Cove at Watson’s Bay with the guests forming an intimate semicircle. No bridal procession, no music, just the lapping of the waves and the love between the couple as they gazed into each other’s eyes. Recounting the history of how they met and fell in love as well as he importance of marriage in our society began this ceremony. Then just before the Asking and the Vows. I read the poem ‘The Blessing of the Hands’, which brought tears to their eyes. As they were holding hands during the poem, Margaret and Kerry included the words ‘and as I have given you my hand to hold, so I give you my life to share’ in the vows.
Weddings, Commitment Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows
Loving ceremonies vision is to create deep, meaningful commitments between people. To help them produce ceremonies - not from templates, but by defining, expressing and sharing their love with those who mean the most to them.
I help to define what their love means to them and how to represent it, and then facilitate how they build that meaning by delivering inspiration and ideas that help to shape how they express their commitment. I help them to share and communicate that meaningful commitment as the most memorable experience for them and their guests.