With the development of new technology, the way in which we photograph and document our weddings is constantly changing.
The new kid on the block is the DRONE and while this can provide some stunning imagery, there are a lot of things to consider before asking your 12 year old nephew to fly your wedding!
There are a lot of laws governing the use of drones, particularly relevant to public open space, national parks, flying over beaches, crowds and populated areas. I believe that it’s not only the responsibility of the pilot, but also the celebrant to know the rules governing their use.
CASA is the governing body for all things ‘aerial’ in Australia. Familiarise yourselves with the rules, know what licences and permits are required and know the flight restrictions in your area. This link will take you to everything you need to know https://www.casa.gov.au/aircraft/landing-page/flying-drones-australia
Hilary Van Eldik - Exmouth Ningaloo Weddings
The team from Elope to Ningaloo, based in Exmouth, also attribute this to the attraction for people who value their privacy and are seeking the perfect, stress-free, utterly unique wedding experience. Over the last 18 month this team of creative women have worked together, combining their talents for styling, photography and professional celebrancy to create beautifully personalised wedding experiences for their clients on the shores of world heritage listed Ningaloo.
Recently Elope to Ningaloo teamed with Cruise Ningalooto offer a new and perfectly intimate wedding experience, cruising the pristine turquoise waters on board Ningaloo Virgin, a 38’ catamaran operated by Cruise Ningaloo. Clients will experience a 3 hour cruise with styling, photography and a personalised wedding ceremony with catering and champagne.
Sandy from Cruise Ningaloo believes the Exmouth Gulf will form the perfect backdrop and said that guests may even be joined by passing marine life including seabirds, humpback whales, dugongs, dolphins and manta rays. Guests will also have the option to extend their cruise into a two-night honeymoon experience aboard Ningaloo Virgin.
For more information about this totally unique experience, contact the team at Elope to Ningaloo – email@example.com
One of the loveliest things about living in a small community are the relationships that evolve from working closely together. Friendships blossom and collaborations are born from planting a single seed. Such is the case with the launch of Elope to Ningaloo.
With the creative flair of Jess from Salt and Sand Event Hire and photographic expertise of Vee and Cat from Blue Media Weddings, I am teaming up with these wonderful women to offer a new Elopement Package for intimate weddings in Exmouth.
On the white sandy shores of Turquoise Bay, Elope to Ningaloo will create a stunning beachside theme, beautifully photographed and presented in a private online photo gallery. I will work with you to craft a personalised ceremony and ensure that all the legalities are taken care of before and after your wedding.
With a choice of bridal bouquets, an additional location for your photographs, a celebratory bottle of fine champagne and seasonal tasty treats..let the team from Elope to Ningaloo create the perfect intimate wedding celebration for you.
For details you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me via the this website.
I am proud to support marriage equality for same sex couples in Australia. I believe that everyone in love, regardless of their gender, has a right to solemnise their union in marriage. When becoming a marriage celebrant in Australia, we are required to study, learn and abide by the laws of the Discrimination Acts of this country. Its seems ironic to me that despite this, we still discriminate against same sex marriage. I hope that Australians will unite to change this law and allow everyone the right to celebrate their love in marriage.
Celebrants displaying this logo have a policy of treating the LGBTI community with dignity and respect. They support the Marriage Equality movement and same sex marriage.
The logo, combines easily recognised symbols, wedding rings, rainbow colours, and the equal sign. It was initiated and designed specifically for celebrants by Judy Aulich and Charles Foley, so that members of the LGBTI community, and also those who support marriage equality, can easily find celebrants who will welcome their business.
For more information, please visit http://www.your-event.com.au/Celebrants-For-Marriage-Equality/Logo.php?utm_source=MarriageEqualityLogo&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=MarriageEquality