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Wedding ceremony logistics

Reduce pressure, increase your service and value, by becoming the logistics manager at your wedding ceremonies.

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Wedding ceremony logistics (2 hours)

The wedding ceremony is the pinnacle of the marriage celebrant’s work. It is the reason celebrants are hired by couples: to create and perform personalised wedding ceremonies that will set the tone for the celebrations to come. Many celebrants feel significant pressure to ensure the wedding ceremonies they perform are “perfect”, and while we don’t believe there is any such thing, we do want celebrants to feel confident and excited about their work. 

This activity is designed around a facilitated discussion for celebrants to share how they manage the logistics of a wedding ceremony, and will cover all aspects of the wedding ceremony from arrival times to choreography to leaving discretely after the ceremony conclusion.

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