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Heart2heart Ceremonies Celebrant

Address: Mobile Gold Coast QLD 4217


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Your ceremony is created with you in mind - to suit you as an individual, you in partnership, your beliefs, your vision of your ceremony
Celebrant services

Hi. My name is Marlee Bruinsma. Thank you for looking at my page and congratulations! I am an experienced celebrant who can help you to have the ceremony you want. I am an authorised civil marriage celebrant based in South East Queensland, central to Tamborine Mountain,...

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Peter and Joumana , Queensland
I'm so glad you enjoyed being part of our celebration, as we were so happy with the way in which you conducted the ceremony. I've had so many comments from our guests there that day who said how simple and beautiful the ceremony was and quite a few were even moved to tears. It was everything we hoped it would be and more. The setting, the wonderful weather, your wonderful delivery of the ceremony script was just perfect…We also appreciated the way in which you gave us so much help in pulling it all together in such a short time, and your understanding and enthusiasm in wanting to make our ceremony very special and very much ours. Your service is just wonderful and we would be happy to recommend it any time.
Leah and Paul , Gold Coast
Thanks so much for a beautiful ceremony. We had so many comments on how lovely it was, so that was really nice. We really felt it was as special as we had always planned it to be. it was very much 'our ceremony', which was the vital key for both of us.
Renae and Ryan , Queensland
We were thrilled with how perfect our ceremony was, and you were instrumental in this, as the words you spoke very nicely captured our relationship, as well as our feelings and philosophies.We had a lot of feedback about your role in the ceremony and it was all positive. Thank you very much for conducting the most important part of our day in a warm, yet professional manner. We will certainly recommend your services to other engaged couples in the future.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do we have to remember our own vows? No! Unless you want to, of course! I will ask you to repeat the vows you choose and lead you through them, bit by bit. This is a wonderful part of the ceremony, where you (usually) face each other, hold hands and look into each other's eyes. Soon you will be celebrating with your friends and family! You may wish to read your vows to one another, written out in a beautiful card that you carry with you to the wedding ceremony venue. The choice is yours always. Do we receive a certificate on the day? Yes. For each type of ceremony I perform, I present you with certificates on the day. For your wedding ceremony, you will receive a marriage certificate and if you have children, I can also prepare a family wedding certificate. I can also prepare a vows certificate for yout o sign. For other ceremonies, example, a baby naming, there will be certificates for godparents, guardians or mentors of the children, grandparents and other significant people and for you as a keepsake for your child. What paperwork do we bring with us to our meeting? For a wedding ceremony, you will need your birth certificates and, if married before, certificates to show the end of your previous marriage. For other types of ceremonies, you do not have to bring any official documents along to our meetings. However, for renewal of vows and other ceremonies, you may like to familiarise yourself with dates and times of significant events to include in the ceremony. For namings, you will need to establish who will be the guardians, godparents or mentors of your child and obtain their consent (written consent is not necessary).