The big guide on getting married overseas

The big guide on getting married overseas

Anyone tuned into my socials would see that Britt and I spend one to three months a year in countries without a Waltzing Matilda or a koala in sight, for weddings and elopements. Whether it’s a Bali wedding, a New Zealand elopement, or a Canadian marriage ceremony, we’ve got you covered.

In this article just wanted to lay out really simply how the legal side of getting married overseas works when I’m your marriage celebrant.

A Duchess’s Dillemma: the aisle

A Duchess’s Dillemma: the aisle

Over my long career creating wedding ceremonies there have been numerous occasions where a parent, or parents couldn’t attend their child’s wedding. At our own wedding it was because some weren’t invited, at others their parents could not be present on the day because...
Is social media destroying weddings?

Is social media destroying weddings?

Instant apologies for the clickbait headline, but lets be honest, if I’d used my original headline “The internet isn’t having your wedding, only you are” there was a 50% less of a chance of you getting this far into the piece. And luckily for...
Questions to ask yourself for your vows

Questions to ask yourself for your vows

Stuck writing vows? Instead of trying to construct sentences, print out this blog post and answer these questions. From the answers you’ll have, I think you’ll have a pretty good foundation for creating some vows. What are the purpose of YOUR wedding vows?...
The demise of the bridal party

The demise of the bridal party

Bridal parties exist because of the historical threat of real actual demons attacking weddings. True story. Our ancestors used to be stressed about demons attacking the good things in life, like marriage ceremonies. Now I’m not going to be the guy to downplay the...
The other end of the aisle

The other end of the aisle

The other end of the aisle A how-to guide Photographer and friend, Kristina Childs, posed this question on Facebook today, and I wanted to answer it in a blog post: What are you supposed to do at the end of the ceremony? So, here’s 20 things you can do at the...
A wedding reading from the US Supreme Court

A wedding reading from the US Supreme Court

Justice Anthony Kennedy,authored the US Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. He closed his ruling and opinion with one of the most beautiful passages you’ll likely read in a court case. I totally teared up, and it’s a passage I’ll be incorporating into many marriage ceremonies.