As the guy standing up the front of your marriage ceremony, I often see your wedding from a completely different point of view than your guests do – and often differently from how you do.
Here’s a pro wedding planning tip that no-one’s going to publish in a pretty wedding magazine or talk about in a wedding planning Facebook group. All wedding vendors, venues, creatives, artists, charge reasonably.
A big part of my job as a wedding celebrant, marriage officiant or what my American followers might call a justice of the peace, is talking about your vows.
Our wedding vows are a response to the person standing opposite to you on your wedding day. You’re welcome to have some fun, crack a joke, cry or get emotional, but it’s a personal occasion, a mano-a-mano moment with your most loved.
I’ve got a very specific and seemingly different way of looking at how to create a wedding, it’s my own little wedding planning method, The Withers Wedding Method. If that was a sexier name I’d probably make a book, but until I get a sexier book title, I’ll drop it here as an episode of The Rebels Guide To Getting Married podcast and vlog.