No matter where you decide to pledge your lives to one another, the ceremony is bound to be the most moving and memorable part of the day for both of you and for your guests. many of whom no doubt will be awaiting those all-important words - handkerchiefs at the ready.
Chapel of love
If you or your partner are planning a religious ceremony, there are plenty of gorgeous places of worship in Western Australia.
Many churches will require a donation to host the service and may have some conditions relating to your vows, the order of proceedings, decorations and your religious background or future together as husband and wife.
Make sure you meet with your officiant nice and early to discuss particular readings or music you wish to include, the wording of the vows and generally how to make your nuptials unique to you as a couple.
Love is all around us
Provided you have a certified marriage celebrant, you can say your 'I do's' almost anywhere you fancy.
Western Australia boass an abundance of picturesque locales, from striking quarries to landscaped parks secluded bays , and elegant wineries and restaurants, plus a host of quirky buildings like museums and even belltowers.
Many of these romantic spots will offer interesting or breathtaking places to take your bridal photos, meaning less travel time between locations.
This can allow you to scedule your reception closer to the ceremony and your guests won't be left wondering what to do in-between.
Bell Tower weddings: www.thebelltower.com.au
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Original article at the West Wedding Guide: Wedding Guide.