You might not know this, but as a celebrant Im often aware, sometimes not everyone is super happy that a couple are getting married. These people, known as asses to some and cold fish by me, are generally all about ruining what should be a beautiful, loving moment in a couples life. And I have seen the iciest of cold fish in my 400 + weddings. Often, unfortunately, its someone close to either the bride or groom, [groom and groom or bride and bride] who objects to the wedding and generally has to have their resting-bitch-face or screwed-up-i-smell-poo nose on. It can be as subtle as a Mum and Dad standing awkwardly to the side, keeping to themselves and not glowing with excitement, pride and love or as obvious as a “They didn’t come to the wedding”. Sometimes, they come to the wedding cos they think that is what they
Awesomely personal, written from scratch wedding ceremonies that are bursting with personality.
Because its not legal yet [boo!] but it must still be amazing, Commitment ceremonies that are full of heart, laughs and love, love, love.
For when you want to keep it SHHH! You, me, two witnesses and loads of love
For when you just want to get married already. Quick, to the point, and get it done ceremonies. Special discounts and conditions apply.
Allow me to goo and gaah all over that cute new addition to your family.
When you need an extra special ceremony to celebrate that much loved person in your life with laughter and tears.
Cos if you can think of it… I’m up for it.
An obligation free face-to-face meeting [if you want one] so you can make sure I’m the right person for the job [and don’t have three heads].
Phone number and email address so you can text and email as much as you like about your big day.. yes even at 4am in the morning!.
One totally awesome ceremony written specifically for you with all the stuff you want and none of the bits you don’t. [Apart from the legal mumbo jumbo we have to have!].
A rehearsal to go through how the ceremony will play out at a time that suits us both. Its not compulsory but its a good idea.
PA System & Stuff To Sit On
Use of my PA system on the day for all your ceremony jams and my signing table and chairs [if you want them]
Me! Mic in Hand at Your Ceremony
The actual wedding ceremony… can’t forget that!.
Lodging all the necessary legals bits and pieces so your marriage is legit..
The Afterwards Bit
Assistance in applying for your Marriage Certificate from Births, Deaths and Marriages. Not sure what this is? Have a read of This blog explains more.
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- Prices valid until 31 Dec 2016
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- Prices valid until 31 Dec 2016
Hi, I’m Kez.
My real name is Kerryn but the only person who calls me that is my mother or my husband when I’ve done something silly like leave a cupboard door open.
I’m a trained Opera singer, a former DJ at NXFM and B105 a marketing manager and a massive nerd.
In 2009 I became a celebrant because I wanted to offer couples the chance to really be in charge of their marriage ceremony. Since then I have performed over 374 ceremonies, so I like to take that as a sign that I’m doing a freaking good job.
I have the most loving husband in the world. We are the kind of couple that people stick their fingers down their throats and make barf noises at and we have two loud, crazy, amazing boys.
Kez was amazing, I would absolutely recommend her, she brought a fun loving vibe to our day, she was professional, genuine, bubbly, and such a down to earth person. Thank you so much kez.Lauren & Tom
Within minutes of meeting you, Craig and I knew we wanted you to marry us and as we imagined it would, it turned out perfect! Your friendly nature, professionalism, quirky sense of humour and your creative & original wedding service made our day even more memorable. It was exactly what we wanted, it reflected us and was fun and personal. So many of our guests commented at our reception on how beautiful and personal the ceremony was and you are now on the top of their list for marriage celebrants for when the time comes for them!
We cannot thank you enough, we will always remember our amazing marriage celebrantCraig & Mereka
Kez was recommended to us by our photographer, who knew us well. She said ‘you will LOVE Kez, she is perfect for you girls!’. After having a string of uncomfortable introductions with other celebrants who seemed surprised when we told them that we were two girls wanting to marry each other, we were hopeful that we might have struck gold. And booyah, we did. We met Kez (and her adorable daughter) and she was instantly warm and funny and helpful too and she did not even flinch when we said we were marrying each other. She asked us things we hadn’t even thought of and she got excited with us as the day drew nearer. Kez was always available for questions, which helped to keep us calm. In fact, she made our day super relaxed, it was awesome. Kez looked amazing on the day too, we love her style, it’s so fresh and fun! When the day finally comes that NSW will let my beautiful girl legally become wife and wife, we will be booking in Kez right away to come and do the honours for us. We can’t imagine anyone else and we don’t want to. Kez, thank you for everything you brought to our special day, we loved having you there and meeting your gorgeous family along the way. You are seriously the coolest celebrant, Mum and woman and we are happy to have met you.Merindah & Kelly
Kez designed a wedding ceremony that fitted us both perfectly! We had endless number of guests ask where we found such a fantastic celebrant. We highly recommend Wedbykez.Jessica & Mark
You may not know this about me, but I am a ninja! Not in the wikipedia sense of the word, save for one beautiful similarity. When it comes to wedding photography I am no where to be seen. And thats the way, ah huh ah huh, I like it. Too often at wedding ceremonies there is the Celebrant smack bang in the middle of the couple, and right at the heart of every photo their photographer will take. Sure photographer got skills, but shooting around a big melon like mine* ain't easy! So how do I avoid the lens? Well sometimes, I can't!. Especially when the couple have to do their vows or say something. However, for the majority of the ceremony I stand off to the side and slightly in front of the couple. I do this for two reasons: The photographer can frame me out of any photos