Victoria Wheeler

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So, you are looking to marry the “love of your life”, in 2016 or 2017, and you are thinking along  the lines of getting married, in or around, Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough or the Margaret River region.  There are so many beautiful venues and places down that way……….the beaches, wineries, breweries, restaurants………..take your pick.

Well, ……….perhaps Victoria Wheeler, who is a Perth based Authorised Marriage Celebrant can help, because you cannot successfully marry in a civil ceremony here in Australia, without one.  Depending on the date and all things being equal, Victoria is happy to travel to your destination to do your wedding, and the best thing, she won’t charge you any extra for travel or indeed accommodation.  What do you think about that?

Victoria has been a popular Celebrant since 2004 and has presided in well over 1000 wedding ceremonies over that time.  And the reason she is so popular is that she is extremely good with people.  She interrelates with her couples warmly but quickly and cuts through a lot of the bull dust that is usually spun around weddings, yet she is professional.  She uses her well developed wordsmithing ability, priceless humour and sense of fun to weave you a “real”,  wedding ceremony and delivers the words on your big day,  in a way that only Victoria can.

And don’t forget the most important thing, of course, all the “I’s” and “t’s”, are absolutely covered, so that your marriage can never be taken into question.

So, what are you waiting for, …………………jump on her website at victoriawheeler@optusnet.com.au, and see if she rings a bell with you.


Our address

Address:
Margaret River, Western Australia
GPS:
-33.9536762, 115.073781894
Telephone:
0404 063 348
victoriawheeler@optusnet.com.au
Web:
http://www.victoriawheeler.com.au

A dedicated full time wedding celebrant. Victoria will create a memorable wedding ceremony for you and your partner. All ceremonies are custom written to ensure you have a personalised wedding ceremony in the Margaret River region.

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