This time three years ago I was patently waiting for my Celebrant registration to come through, thinking ‘I wonder if I’ll ever book any clients that I’m not already friends with?’ My first ever gig was when I was 6 weeks pregnant, I felt like crap, but it was totally amazing and I had my … More Taking a bit of a breather
Ok, so by the heading of this I realise I can offend people, so I will start with; having stuff YOU like in your wedding ceremony makes it ‘not-shit’ in my books, and I don’t think any reading I have done or heard at a wedding is shit in particular, but below are some of … More Bianca’s Favourite ‘not-shit’ wedding readings
Yes, having a celebrant (or minister) is essential to having your marriage legalised, and yes, there are certain things we have to say in order for your ceremony to be legal. But outside of what is legally required, the ceremony actually has nothing to do with the celebrant. I’ve talked about the legal stuff … More Your Ceremony has nothing to do with your Celebrant
With any wedding, it’s crucial to remember why you are there, it’s not for your great Aunt Milly to finally see someone walk down the aisle in the family heirloom wedding gown… … More Why would I Pop-Up?
Here are a bunch of random truths about me that might help you decide if I’m the Celebrant you’re looking for… I’ve been a Celebrant since 2012, which was shortly after my wedding. I’m mad about my little family and love my clients to meet Rob and Delila when they come for meetings. My middle … More Getting to know Bianca
I often ask couples if they want to include any rituals as part of their ceremony, and I usually get a questionable stink face in return. You know the one where you lift one side of your top lip towards your nose and frown a little. (if you are sitting there practicing your stink face, … More Rituals aren’t just for ‘hippies’
Late last night, I was laying in bed and I decided that I wanted to change how I ran my business. My role as a celebrant is an important role which carries some weighty responsibilities that I take very seriously. But my business doesn’t have to be something that is too serious. Because, well, I’m … More Out with the old and in with the New!