Robyn Rodda Civil Celebrant
Your wedding is one of the most significant, jubilant and memorable day of your life and your ceremony should truly express how you and your partner feel for one another. It should also reflect who you are and your values,
ideals and beliefs.
Hi, my name is Robyn Rodda and I am an Authorised Marriage Celebrant.
My aim as a Celebrant is to ensure that each and every one of my couples has the ceremony of their dreams, irrespective of the size. Whether you have a small wedding with just a few close friends or a large one with 250 guests, it is important that the ceremony feels right for you and it’s my job to make sure that is exactly what you get. Every ceremony is just as special to me as it is to you and to know that I am part of your special day makes me feel so privileged.
Usually when I am approached for the first time by couples, I find they are looking for guidance as getting married is not something you arrange often. With my extensive experience that I have gained since becoming a Celebrant, I can advise on all aspects regarding the ceremony, such as vows, readings, venues, even the best time of the day!
I am also a great believer in incorporating a little humour into a ceremony. I think that a little laughter helps makes ceremonies light and happy. It not only keeps your guests interested in your wedding but it also helps relax you as a bride or groom and makes it more enjoyable for everyone!
During the ceremony, we will play music of your choice on my fully portable PA system and at the end I will present you with the CD with your music and a copy of your ceremony.
I am confident that you will be very happy with the level of service that I provide for you and I look forward to meeting you and discussing your plans and desires for your ceremony in more detail.
"Are you the chick that's going to marry them?" asked the young man looking quite dapper in his suit "yep, that's me" as I flashed my celebrant badge at him "cool" he answered as he continued on his way “Cool” said I…. I haven’t been called a chick in a very long time!