Bronwyn Brown Gold Coast Marriage Celebrant

It’s About You & The Love Of Your Life

I thoroughly enjoy meeting people and interacting with them which has led me to a wonderful career as a Marriage Celebrant based on the Gold Coast.  My passion is in planning and crafting the perfect ceremony for your special day.

Words are powerful and delivered well become the foundations that my clients are bound by for the rest of their lives. Careful planning with you is where my enthusiasm lies. Words we create together personalise this most special occasion for you, your partner and your family and friends.

At the core of my belief is to lay a foundation of planning in consultation with you to ensure your ceremony is everything you want it to be. I’ll liaise with you initially to discuss ideas and make suggestions about themes and various elements of your celebration. With consideration by you, we’ll then re-connect and start the process of planning your special day.

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Why Choose Me As Your Gold Coast Marriage Celebrant?

Choosing to spend the rest of your life with someone you truly love is one of the most important commitments you will ever make. As a celebrant, I have the honour of helping you connect with your wedding guests and allowing you to deliver your vows to each other in a way that is personal and meaningful.

When making the decision to use a celebrant’s service, you aren’t obliged to use spiritual or religious beliefs which means you have the creative freedom to embrace as much tradition as you like.

While I’m primarily a Gold Coast marriage celebrant, I have been servicing wonderful clients throughout the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and Northern New South Wales area. No matter where your special occasion takes you, I will be there to express your unique love story and support you on your special day.

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