So I strip back all of the traditions, and peal back the curtains on your marriage and shine a big light on it so your friends and family aren’t celebrating a wikipedia entry on wedding tradition, but instead, they’re celebrating the fact that the two of you don’t hate each other, but you actually adore each other and that means that you have an awesome future ahead of you. Plus I wear wooden bow-ties. In fact, maybe just say I wear wooden bow-ties, that’s simpler :)
– Interview with Daniel Toop @ Griffin Alliance (Wedding DJs Melbourne)
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Personalised, fun, modern and relevant wedding ceremonies are Camille’s speciality and she loves what she does. With over 7 years experience, she is an award-winning, Huff Post blogging, full-time civil celebrant based in Australia.
Her no nonsense and practical approach is the credo underpinning Bridechilla Club; for couples who want their wedding to be special, but not at the expense of going crazy, broke or sending their friends and family running for cover.
You can test the Bridechilla Quiz HERE: Are you a Bridechilla?
Check out her website at: Ceremonies by Camille
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As a Melbourne and Yarra Valley marriage celebrant who will conduct her 500th wedding this year, Julie has been described as relaxed, fun and casual, yet highly professional.
She offers a step by step approach to planning your ceremony and delivers it on the day with laughs and enthusiasm.
Many couples contact her after the wedding to say the ceremony was their favourite part of the day, and to mention how many guests commented it was the best ceremony they had seen!
Check out her website at: www.celebrantjulie.com.au
Find her on Facebook at: celebrantjulie
Find her on Instagram at: @juliebyrne.celebrant
Check out my interview with Celebrant Camille Abbott, about how to choose a great wedding DJ and other insider tips to save you time and money while planning your big day.
There is also a BONUS just to keep you reading until the end of the interview; Camille has created a FREE 10-page ebook: ‘Wedding Ceremony Music Guide’.It includes:
1) the sections of a civil ceremony that need music,
2) the different kinds of songs that work and why,
3) how many songs you’ll need to choose for each section AND
4) a list of over 300 tunes to help you plan!
Its quite good – check it out! HERE