Wedding Celebrant Christmas Decoration
Christmas holiday time may allow distant friends and relatives the time they need to attend your wedding. As a wedding celebrant I find December is not a popular month to be married and I am usually available. Accomodation may need to be booked well in advance for those attending the wedding.

Wedding reception venues experience haevy bookings for other uses in December.
The interwoven continuous lines of the celtic love knot symbolise the eternity of love and the journey of two lovers through life together.
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If you are seeking a marriage celebrant to perform a wedding ceremony in Grafton, Yamba, Maclean or elsewhere in the Clarence Valley my availability is indicated on the calendar below. This calendar is for December 2013, other months can be accessed from the menu above or with the navigation arrows below. If you are planning your wedding for a more popular month you may need to book your wedding celebrant some time in advance, perhaps more than a year. I only perform one wedding ceremony per day, sometimes I may be able to perform a morning naming ceremony on the same day as I have an afternoon wedding ceremony to perform. If my calendar indicates I am booked I may be able to recommend another marriage celebrant, please contact me.
December weather in the Clarence Valley is warm and can be hot sometimes very hot. Grafton's 50yr mean maximum temperature for December is a warm 29.7 (°C). Mean 3pm temperature, a popular wedding time is 28.5 (°C). December average 3pm humidity is 54.0%. Average rainfall for December here in Grafton is 120.5mm. Rain falls on about 10 of December's 31 days or about 1 day in 3. Winds are a little higher than other months with an average 3pm wind speed of 14.5 km/h.
If your wedding is outdoors allow for the heat. Use shade where you can and consider hats and dress cool. River breezes in Memorial Park can help & the fountain in See park seems to lower the temperature by a few degrees on a hot day.
Statistics favour a fine day but it could be wise to still allow for rain and have an alternative wet weather venue. Have ushers on stand-by to redirect guests to the alternative venue and have a list of contact numbers ready.

The thowing of rice & confetti is now prohibited at most venues. The only usual exceptions are private homes. A dynamic colourful alternative can be the blowing of bubbles by the guests. Wedding supply outlets can provide single pot kits quite inexpensively.
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