How does a FREE Wedding Ceremony sound?

Attend the 2017 Wedding Fair at The Entertainment Grounds Gosford on Sunday 9th April for your chance to win a wedding ceremony from Ceremonies By Catherine!

To be in the running, you must like Ceremonies By Catherine’s Facebook page, get a photo taken with Catherine during the wedding fair & post it under the competition post on the Facebook page!

Good Luck!

Terms & Conditions.

*Entries close 9am Easter Sunday, 16th April 2017

*The entry that has the most likes will be announced the winner.

*Only one winner and one prize. Prize being a wedding ceremony contacted by Ceremonies By Catherine.

* Prize cannot be exchanged for cash

* Prize may not be gifted.

* The wedding ceremony must be held during the year 2017 or 2018.

*The wedding ceremony is to be held on the Central Coast NSW with no additional charges, otherwise standard travel charges of $50 per hour will be charged if the wedding ceremony is held outside the Central Coast NSW.

*Dates & times for the wedding ceremony will be subject to availability of Ceremonies By Catherine.

*Ceremonies By Catherine will only supply a round signing table if required. All other decorations etc for the wedding ceremony set up will need to be arranged by the prize winners.

*The winner will be announced on Facebook.



Central Coast Celebrant: Get Married with less fuss & expense!

Elopement style ceremonies are becoming ever so popular at the moment. More and more couples, for many reasons want to have their special day where it is just them, witnesses, a photographer and their celebrant.

A big wedding isn’t for everyone, some people are just not into all the fuss (and sometimes drama!) and they simply want to just get married.

Don’t just go to the registry office to get married, having me as your celebrant will ensure a ceremony you will love. Your wedding ceremony can be wherever you want, not just at an office somewhere, courthouse or around your kitchen table… We could go to a breathtaking lookout, a park, or even at the end of a jetty at sunset!

Whatever the case may be my elopement style ceremonies are intimate and still very special. I treat them the same as any other wedding ceremony, just with less of an audience.

All you need is Love and an awesomeCelebrant!

If an elopement style ceremony is what you are after –I would love to hear from you.


Central Coast Naming Day Celebrant: Congratulations Tyrael!

A beautiful naming day ceremony for a beautiful baby boy Tyrael. It was a lovely, very meaningful ceremony that I was honoured to be a part of. Tyrael is so loved by all. He was such an angel for is special day – the poor little thing was so exhausted he even fell asleep during the ceremony!

Today we held a sand and stone ceremony. Sand ceremonies during a Naming Day are very popular, it is where hopes & wishes are expressed for the child future.

The stone ceremony was a great way to involve other family members, each stone handed out was held onto during the ceremony with the hope they will pass their love, thoughts and energy to it. It was then placed into a wish jar at the end of the ceremony as a keep sake for Tyrael.


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NSW Wedding Celebrant: Leah & Paul Are Married!

What a location!! Turtles Crossing at Green Point Forster NSW is truly amazing. Leah & Paul’s ceremony and reception was just so stunning, so perfect and so well planned. The ceremony was held by the lake amongst the trees and we even used a tree stump as the signing table! Which I loved and really tied in well with the theme and property. Thank you so much Leah & Paul for allowing me to be part of your special day. I loved it!


Central Coast Wedding Celebrant: Chloe & Kelvin Are Married!!!

This was an absolute magical wedding ceremony held under a glorious fig tree at Wyong Creek. This is an amazing spot – it might even be my favourite wedding ceremony location on the Central Coast NSW!!

Beautifully decorated with white chairs for the guests, flowing drapery, sign on the side of the road so everyone knows where to turn and the bride even arrived in a horse draw carriage.

This fig tree is seriously stunning – I love it!

Naming ceremony

Congratulations Tyson!

Naming Day & 1st birthday celebrations for Tyson! In keeping with tradition from their wedding day his parents decided to do a sand ceremony as part of Tyson’s naming day. This jar represents the love and support for Tyson. His parents, brother, and guardians chose a colour of sand to represent their wishes for his future. Such a fun naming day ceremony full of love. Wishing Tyson a very happy 1st birthday!