Low Key Wedding

Hillarys, Donna and Ross

I just wanted to take some time to say a huge thank you for making our day so special. I think the ceremony was my favourite part of the day, I absolutely loved it and took in every moment of it. I was so nervous all morning and when I got there I just really relaxed and enjoyed every moment. It was beautiful and was more than I could have wished for. It was very personal to us and I loved the stories you told, the answers to your questions and the beautiful poems that were so true to us. I had a lot of comments from our guests about how lovely and moving the ceremony was and I just wanted to let you know. I could not be happier and I thank you for all you have done.

Donna and Ross

Low Key and Lovely

Weddings can be expensive. This is true. However there are various ways to keep the costs lower.

Fantastic Fridays – This is becoming ever more popular. With Saturdays and Sundays being the most heavily booked, Fridays offer an opportunity to achieve lower quotes from many suppliers – Celebrants included. As a wedding is normally planned months in advance, most guests can book a day off work to attend – and they also get a long weekend as a bonus!

Midweek – A Tuesday or Wednesday can often be even more economical, as this would be the quieter time of the week for most suppliers. Worth considering if budget is important.

Mornings – If a weekend is still the preferred option, then a breakfast or a morning wedding will give you some price advantages too. It gives suppliers time to cater for 2 weddings on the 1 day, and yours would be the first!

Circumstances might dictate that now is the time you need to get married – but you haven’t had time to plan or budget for the Big Day. Perhaps it’s a visa issue if you need to travel overseas for work? Perhaps there’s an illness in the family and it would be special for that person to see you married?

There are a myriad number of reasons. Remember you can always have a small midweek, no fuss marriage ceremony – and have your Big Day later, with a Commitment Ceremony (perhaps even using the same script and words from your legal marriage ceremony).