Sharron Todd Civil Marriage Celebrant Clarence Valley

I offer a choice of signing pens or you may supply your own. The trumpet of the Waterford Crystal one above receives a Cross Classic Century ballpoint. If you supply your own pen it becomes a lasting memento of your special day. Other pens with a 7.5mm barrel will also fit this holder, but the taper of the Cross fits exactly. Please fit a black ink cartridge.


The interwoven continuous lines of the Celtic love knot symbolise the eternity of love and the journey of two lovers through life together.
Marriage Celebrant Grafton Calender May 2010
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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 May 2014, 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.
Graftons 50yr mean maximum temperature for May is a pleasant 23.1 (°C). Mean 3pm temperature, a popular wedding time is 22.0 (°C). May is a low humidity month with an average 3pm humidity of 57%. Average rainfall for May here in Grafton is 82.2mm. Rain falls on about 8 of May's 31 days or about 1 day in 4. Winds are mild with an average 3pm wind speed of 8.9 km/h.
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.

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A bride at her wedding should wear:

Something old,
Something new,
Something borrowed,
Something blue,
And a sixpence in the shoe.
The "old" must be something which has belonged to a happily married woman. The wearing of such an item insures a lucky transfer of happiness to the new bride. The "new" is the wedding gown, the shoes, or other apparel of the bride. The "borrowed" must be some object of gold to guarantee wealth and fortune in the future. The "blue" is symbolic of the heavens and also of true love. The "sixpence" must be worn in the heel of the left shoe to insure wealth and prosperity.