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25 August 2010

NEW!!! Simple, (but still) Special, Service for Canberra weddings, starting this Spring

Hello, and welcome.
     Every day as we get closer to Spring, the Heart Garden is looking lovelier and lovelier. All the patches of colour, mostly from violas and polyanthus are becoming more pronounced, and lots of daffodils, jonquils and snowflakes are out. Several blossom trees are coming into bloom and the lawn is greening for the Spring. The garden is open and sunny at this time of year.

     There’s been a growing demand for weddings in the Heart Garden lately. That’s why I decided to add a new variation on the service I love to provide to couples who wish to marry in Canberra.
     Many people are surprised when they find out we have no Registry Office weddings in the ACT and they’re looking for a simple easy substitute. 
     Small weddings are held in my Heart Garden in Weston on weekdays. You are welcome to bring a dozen or so guests, stay on for a while after the ceremony for celebratory drinks and lots of photo opportunities in the garden (which was part of the Australian Open Garden Scheme in 2005, and will be again). 
     If however, you are just planning to have two witnesses and up to three other guests, and you want the shortest, simplest wedding possible – yet still special, of course – then I hope you’ll find this new service appealing. 
     I'm calling it my Simple Special Service, and you can see the details in Wedding Pages on the top right of this blog. When you open the page, there’s a Fullscreen command to make it easier to read. I’ve created the information as a PDF in Scribd so you can download and print.
   Please note that if you choose to marry in the Heart Garden, I will spend just as much time making the garden look splendid for your wedding, whatever choice you make - simple service, or my usual comprehensive service, complete with thoughtful extras, like a beautiful keepsake of your ceremony, printed on parchment in the font of your choice (to match your laser-printed marriage certificate).

     The photo on the right and the one below were taken in the Heart Garden in early October. The first one is the path the bride may choose to take to come from the gate to the ceremony.
     Most couples like to stand at the end of the pergola with the flower garden behind them for their wedding ceremony.
    Before I close this post, I want to acknowledge how appreciative I am of The RiotACT and all the links that came my way after an entry of mine was posted recently. It was so exciting to see the peak in Google Analytics. The new wedding bookings are much appreciated too.
     If you’d like to email me about your wedding plans, please click here, or phone me any day between 9am and 9pm on 02 6161 0718. I would be delighted to be your celebrant. I also welcome your questions and comments about this blog.

     Till next time


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