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The Asking at a Wedding Ceremony
Tim Manger
Civil Marriage Celebrant

A formal question in relation to your intentions: “ Do you…… “I do.”


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When are the Vows taken during the Ceremony?

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In my ceremonies, the Vows are exchanged after 'The Asking'. Need to know more? Talk to me today about getting married - Call: 1800 229 142

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What is the purpose of The Asking?

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The Asking is used to verify if the bride and groom are getting married because they want to (and not because they were forced or mislead). Need to know more? Talk to me today about getting married - Call: 1800 229 142

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Why do some Celebrants ask the bride and broom to face their guests during the ceremony?

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Some Celebrants prefer the traditional Catholic church approach to weddings, where the bride and groom will often sit on a chair facing their guests throughout the ceremony. I prefer to take the pressure of the wedding couple, which is why couples face me (the Celebrant) during the early part of the ceremony. Need to know more? Talk to me today about getting married - Call: 1800 229 142

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Why does the NOIM ask if I am related to my partner?

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Because in Australia, you cannot legally marry your mother, father, brother, sister (or any ancestor where the blood line is too close). Need to know more? Talk to me today about getting married - Call: 1800 229 142

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We are looking for the Top 10 wedding celebrants in Melbourne can you help?

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The first question you need to ask is, how do you determine who the Top 10 marriage celebrants in Melbourne are, and by what critiera you are assessing them. For example, are you wanting to know who is the busiest, who has officiated the most weddings, or who is the most sought after? For example, I have performed thousands of weddings as both an MC and a Civil Celebrant, with hundreds of 5 Star reviews, so if this is what you are looking for, then yes I can help. Need to know more? Talk to me today about getting married - Call: 1800 229 142

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