Every wedding I perform is special to me. Every couple I meet is different and beautiful in their own way. Officiating ceremonies is an extremely important responsibility. I'm always professional and well presented for every wedding I do. There is only one thing that I ask of my brides and grooms to-be... HAVE FUN! You've spent all this time planning and you've passed your credit card over the counter more times than you could've possibly imagined. Your ceremony is the first chance you get to really enjoy each others company as you start a lifetime journey together. Smile, Laugh, Love. Let me do the rest.
Ways I Contribute to your Special Day
Same Sex Weddings
I'd vote YES every day of the week. It was such a breath of fresh air when Australia made history and allowed same sex couples to wed. It's my pleasure and privilege to celebrate the love of all people. The very first wedding I officiated was a same sex couple. I will be the perfect celebrant for your special day.
"We can’t thank you enough Ben for the personal ceremony! Everything we wanted and more!! ❤️"
Megan & Kyra Geoghegan
What Others Say
"Congratulations Ben, it was evident you listened to and understood your brides completely. You officiated a ceremony that was filled with love, fun and inclusion. It was beautiful, you weaved the lives of two very special people into your service and took everyone on their journey with you. A absolutely beautiful ceremony that set the stage for a spectacular wedding ♥️" - SHARONE CARTER
"Immense thanks to Ben for officiating our wedding! He was the utmost professional from our first contact to the finalisation of our paperwork after our ceremony. Ben was thoughtful, encouraging and relaxed, and was a pleasure to work with. His naturally easy-going style carried our ceremony perfectly from start to finish. Having been to so many weddings we were so pleased with our choice in celebrant!"
- HANNAH THOMAS
"Ben was awesome from the start. On the day he went with our disorganised selves and we had an amazing ceremony. Can't speak better of him."
- MARK WILLIAMS