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Wedding Advice

I know that the wedding day can be a bit overwhelming for lots of people, but especially introverts, as it combines some of their least favourite things: being the centre of attention, getting their photo taken repeatedly, engaging in small talk and having minimal alone time.

Wedding Ceremony Planning for Introverts

Wedding Advice

Why it’s ok to cry during your wedding ceremony blog by Julie Muir Celebrant Whether you normally bawl at the drop of a hat or can’t even shed a tear during The Notebook, there’s a good chance that you might cry on your wedding day. So many couples confide in me that they are worried […]

Why it’s OK to cry during your wedding ceremony

Wedding Advice

There are lots of wedding traditions I am not a big fan of like tossing the garter and sitting at a sweetheart’s table. But the tradition I like the LEAST is that the bride or grrom can arrive as late as they want. This is one urban myth that needs to be squashed. Here are […]

5 Reasons to start your wedding ceremony on time

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There’s no rule that says you must have a wedding rehearsal. If you have a small bridal party, and the ceremony does not include any wedding rituals or readings, then you can probably get away with not having a rehearsal. However, if your wedding is more formal—and especially if you have children participating in the […]

Should you have a Wedding Ceremony Rehearsal?

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Music is such an important part of your wedding day. And not just for the P-A-R-T-Y. You need to get it right for the ceremony too. The music you chose should be a reflection of your personalities and set the vibe for your guests, whether that’s romantic, classic, relaxed, fun, upbeat or alternative. Music sets […]

How to chose the best music for your wedding ceremony

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Changing your name is a personal decision that every man and woman has to make. Yes! Men can change their names too if they want to. If you decide to change your name after you get married, then be prepared. I’m not going to lie, it’s a bit of a chore. It is not as […]

Changing your name after you get married

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  During my training to become a celebrant I was strongly advised not to allow pets to take part in any ceremonies as they can be unpredictable and distracting. Then I launched myself into the world of celebrancy and the first couple that booked me wanted not one, but all three of their dogs to […]

Dogs in the Bridal Party? I say YES !!!

Being a celebrant lights me up inside. My oxytocin goes through the roof knowing that I help people create beautiful and memorable life events.

In a former life, I had a career in sports event management which certainly helps me as a celebrant. I am super organised, have great attention to detail and love creating 'a feel good factor'.

I spend my downtime roller-skating, campaigning for the environment and planning my next adventure. 

I am the whiskey-drinking, yarn-spinning, belly-laughing, ray of sunshine that is all you need to brighten your day and nail your event. 

Hi, I'm Julie. 

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