Wedding Ceremony Keepsakes
Wedding ceremony keepsakes are those items that make your ceremony special. Your wedding ceremony script, personal wedding vows scripts, and bridal favours are good examples. Keep these precious items and the Presentation Marriage Certificate safe on your wedding day. Those something old, something blue, something borrowed items, perhaps a handkerchief, a brooch, or necklace that you carry or wear for the ceremony are very special keepsakes. Further, these keepsakes are irreplaceable. Also, how do you explain their loss if you borrow these items?
Some Unique Ceremony Keepsakes
I take the time and care to design special wedding keepsakes for your ceremony. These keepsakes are unique to your ceremony. Fortunately, these keepsakes are replaceable, for a fee of course. I photograph these keepsakes as a record so that if they are misplaced, I can replace them for you.
I present the script of your ceremony as a scroll inside a cover, and I hand-make and decorate the sleeve that secures the scroll.
Delightful booklets contain your personal wedding vows and both the scroll and booklets reflect the theme colours of your wedding.
As a special touch, I hand-make a special keepsake as a ‘good luck’ symbol. This is a ‘surprise’ on the wedding day.
When do Wedding Keepsakes go Missing?
At the end of the ceremony everyone is excited. Everyone congratulates the happy couple or gathers for photographs, and this is the critical time when keepsake items are misplaced or overlooked. Small items such as keepsakes, and the Presentation Marriage Certificate are treasured items that are easily lost in the excitement of the day. The Presentation Marriage Certificate is not replaceable and if it is mislaid or damaged, apply to the Registry for advice.
You can avoid the stress and worry of locating misplaced items if you prepare well. After all, you want to enjoy those wonderful moments of your wedding and make beautiful memories of your special day.
Appoint a Wedding Ceremony Keepsakes and Documents Official
Here is a great wedding ceremony tip! Appoint a reliable person as the wedding ceremony keepsakes and documents official on your wedding day. This is an essential part of successful wedding planning! Your wedding ceremony keepsakes and documents official is someone you trust to follow your instructions exactly!
Wedding Ceremony Keepsakes and Documents Official
Following is a basic checklist of instructions to give to your appointed Documents Official.
- Identify yourself as the appointed ‘wedding ceremony keepsakes and documents official’ to the Celebrant before the wedding ceremony.
- Be available and receive the ceremony keepsakes and documents immediately after the wedding ceremony.
- Check the contents of the envelope containing the wedding ceremony keepsakes and documents with the Celebrant.
- Take charge of the envelope containing the ceremony keepsakes and documents, and
- Follow instructions immediately for safe storage. (specify exactly how, when and where.)
I meet your wedding ceremony documents official before the ceremony and check the instructions carefully. Following the marriage documents signing, I hand over all keepsakes and the Presentation Marriage Certificate securely and safely to your appointed official. You relax and celebrate the special moments of your wedding day with family and friends, confident that your precious items are safe.
Official Marriage Documents
Do you want to know more about Australian official marriage documents? Do you know that the Presentation Marriage Certificate is not a personal identification document (ID)? Personal identification documents show your date of birth and this information is not shown on the Presentation Marriage Certificate. Although it is a legal document, it is however, not the official marriage certificate.
The Official Marriage Certificate shows your date of birth. You purchase a certified copy of the official marriage certificate from the Marriage Registry in the Australian state or territory of your marriage. This certified copy is a personal identification document and serves to verify your changed legal status as a married person. Check out the Australian government page for the most up-to-date and accurate information about Australian marriage documents.