Marlee K Bruinsma, Civil Marriage Celebrant 0437 713 575
A parenting commitment ceremony celebrates your family in whatever form it takes. If you have separated, one or both parents, if an amicable separation, can show your child or children that they are still as important as they always were. Or this ceremony can be held with one parent only. If you have remarried, this ceremony is ideal to welcome a step-parent and seek a commitment by them to do the best for your children.
Your ceremony includes:
Invite guests or have a private ceremony with just the family.
Your parenting commitment ceremony can contain special wishes for the children, promises by parents, mentors, a sand or candle ceremony, and family certificates, signed by parents and children.
A treasure box
Guests and parents bring items for a treasure box, symbolising wishes and happiness for the child - a box of treasures to remind him/her of the ceremony and that they are loved.
Choose from one of the packages below or contact me for a personalised quote.
I will travel further - we can negotiate a fee for extra travel.
Hardship and special circumstances:
If you have special circumstances, we may be able to negotiate my fees.
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