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Spiritual & Commitment Ceremonies

There are many different ways for couples to commit their lives together, and one of those ways is called a commitment ceremony. Commitment ceremonies can even look the same as legally binding weddings, but the couple does not sign paperwork and make the marriage legal by government standards. You might have attended a wedding ceremony in the past that was actually a commitment ceremony, and you didn’t even know it! 

Other names for commitment ceremonies are “spiritual” “symbolic” or “promise” ceremonies. To those that have commitment ceremonies, they are just as valid and important to a relationship as having one with civil (government) backing. Many people also choose to do the legal ceremony or paperwork before or after their commitment ceremony; ultimately, the choice is yours and what best reflects your values and what’s important to the two of you. 

Why have a Commitment Ceremony?

1. Couples who cannot get married by law

2. Couples who don’t want to be legally married

3. Couples inconvenienced by getting legally married

Ceremony Practitioner

As a ceremony practitioner, I facilitate your vows, readings and any special elements. And  lead you through exchanging rings and sharing your 'first' kiss. Finally, and to my great honour, I will officially pronounce you, what I call, Life Mates or Partners in eternal love.


I work closely with you to collect your story, needs and desires to create a ceremony that reflects your values, unique style, culture and whatever you hold dear that you want in the ceremony. 


I can provide a standard ceremonial template making a few adjustments to suit, or we can create a custom ceremony from scratch that is entirely unique to you! There are no restrictions to your happy day!

Other types of ceremonies include but are not limited to:

- Engagement ceremony - promise vows

- Renewal of wedding vows

- Spiritual ceremonies for healing and spiritual growth

For more information or to book a free consultation, please contact me.

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