Robyn Rodda Blog
I know it’s not kosher to complain about the rain after all the heat we have had lately in Melbourne but I’m going to anyway! Seriously, it’s Saturday afternoon on March…… there were hundreds of weddings this afternoon, surely the weather gods know this.
Being hot enough to make my make-up melt on my face before the wedding is not such a good thing for a marriage celebrant. But it was all good in the end, a cloud cover and a nice breeze saved the day, THANK GOD!
If you could see me as I write this, you would see that my eyes are slightly watery. And that is because the ceremony I did today has had a profound effect on me. In fact, every time I would think of the story this couple told me when I first met them a few months ago, I tear up and today, as I relayed this story during the renewal of vows ceremony, I struggled but managed to keep it together.
I know that I have mentioned before about being a marriage celebrant allows me to see a lot of different venues, but it also allows me to conduct a lot of different types of ceremonies. And this was very obvious with the 2 weddings I did yesterday and today.
Being a Marriage Celebrant, I get to discover heaps of different locations that I never knew existed. And today’s venue was one of those places.