CIVIL MARRIAGE CELEBRANT LILYDALE
Conducting Weddings in Lilydale, Sharon Osman is a Civil Wedding Celebrant, Vibrant with a fresh New approach to Elopements, Wedding Ceremonies, Same Sex Unions and much more. For an unbeatable price contact
Civil Marriage Celebrant A11233
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 0422448918 03 8790 4142
Congratulations on your engagement! Whether you are getting married in Lilydale or anywhere in Melbourne, my responsibility is to advise & guide you on every single aspect of the ceremony, based on my wealth of experience, substantial knowledge and compassion.
Having officiated over 400 weddings, Sharon is a FINALIST 2017 ABIA VICTORIAN CELEBRANT OF THE YEAR AWARD. Sharon Plans and writes a unique ceremony for you, in consultation with you, to your full satisfaction. All legal requirements and “paper-work”, including the lodgement and the registration of the marriage.
Hello! I’m Sharon and I have married couples from different nationalities and backgrounds in Melbourne, interstate and overseas. Quite often knows as the Multicultural Celebrant.
Your wedding ceremony sets the scene for the best day of your life. It is happy and funny, passionate and romantic and it is the ultimate declaration of your love for one another. Working with you and for you, I am honoured to create that personal and unique ceremony just as you have pictured. The day is simply one that everyone remembers for how special and unique it was.
Are you looking for a personal and private, down-to-earth and light-hearted ceremony? With a background in QualityAssurance and Public Speaking, each ceremony is articulated professionally and thoughtfully and presented with elegance and style.
I basically deliver whatever you want with a touch of grace and sparkle to it. No matter how big or small, simple or spectacular, every wedding ceremony is different – private, personal and unique.
I have the ability to make you feel relaxed and calm so you can take in and live your day to its fullest.
As your Melbourne Wedding Celebrant Servicing Lilydale, I ensure that you at ease o the day and relaxed. In saying that i world like to remind you about The importance of a wet weather back up!
As I type this I am listening to the rain falling outside and Im hoping it passes for the brides getting married this weekend. There is no doubting that Lilydale is one of the best locations in Melbourne for a wedding, however rain, wind and extreme heat is no stranger to Melbourne! I’m always a little worried when couples plan to have their wedding on the outdoors with no plan B. If you are thinking of a ceremony location where there is no shelter from the wind and the rain please have a read through the points below before you make your final decision.
If you’ve decided to have an outdoor wedding in Lilydale congratulations! Outdoor weddings are romantic and beautiful. However, they aren’t as easy as they may look. Outdoor weddings come with additional challenges and pitfalls, but if you follow these tips, you’ll be sure to shine on your wedding day.
1. Make your guests comfortable. Think about what the weather will likely be at the time of day and month of the year of your outdoor wedding. Sunny but not hot, cool but not freezing or raining.
2. Have a backup plan. What will you do if it rains? The ideal outdoor wedding location has an indoor location waiting just in case. Many brides and grooms opt to have their ceremony outside and reception inside. In a pinch, the tables can be scooted to the back of the room during the ceremony.
A tent is another option, but only for light to moderate rain storms. A heavy rain will soak the ground underneath, leaving guests with soggy and muddy shoes. Make sure any tent you rent is sturdy so it won’t flip over, and that it has thick and weighted sides.
3. Plan for Wind. Many outdoor weddings suffer from windy conditions. Avoid light fabrics like chiffons and china silks in your dress and the bridesmaid dresses. You also might want to think twice about having a vail if it is windy on your wedding day. Tell your hairstylist that you’ll be having an outdoor wedding so she/he can plan a style that won’t leave you looking like Cousin It! Men in the wedding party should also use styling product. And of course, make sure your tent will stand up to gusting winds or find an indoor backup plan.
4. Can everybody hear? When you picture your dream wedding at the beach, you’re probably not hearing the roaring of the waves, the rushing wind, or the local kids running and screaming around you. Make sure your celebrant has a good sound system that will over power these background noises.
5. Decorations. One of the bonuses of an outdoor wedding is the natural beauty around you, lessening your need to decorate. But you still need to do some work. Visit the site a week before your wedding to make sure the grass is mowed etc. If your wedding is at a public park, you may want to ask the groomsmen or friends to do this the morning of your ceremony. Other decorations you may want to consider include an arch or trellis to focus the ceremony and frame the bride and groom as they say their vow or strings of lights or lanterns in the trees. Your photographer will be a great person to discuss decorations with as they will know what will look best in photos.
6. Make things tasty outside. Does your caterer have experience planning an outdoor wedding menu?
7. Don’t leave your guests parched. Since alcohol is dehydrating, consider serving a variety of lemonades, teas and punches. If cold coffee and tea. If it’s a hot day, Be sure to have plenty of ice and water around as well. For a fancy cocktail, why not serve a classic mint julep or a mojito? The mint will refresh and cool your guests.
8. Those pesky flying things. Be sure to put out citronella candles, or have a few can’s of aerogard handy, so that your guests won’t spend the whole ceremony swatting at the air.
9. Here comes the sun. Consider timing your outdoor wedding for sunset where your guests will see you take your vows surrounded by the warm glow of the sun. Those having a daytime outdoor wedding should orient the ceremony so that the sun will be on guests’ backs rather than in their eyes.
10. Permits. Don’t forget to contact your local council to get a permit for an outdoor wedding. Be sure to ask about rules concerning rubbish removal, candle or torch lighting, and pre-wedding photographer.
If you have any doubts at all chat to your celebrant as they will be able to help with ideas and advice. Outdoor weddings can be spectacular but always plan for the unexpected and don’t be disappointed if you need to change the plans slightly. The important thing on your wedding day is not the weather but the person you are marrying.
Once again with me you will be guaranteed a professional and classy ceremony.
Here’s what some of my couples have to say.
Thank you so much for making our special day what it was. Both Matt
and myself warmed to you instantly and found you incredibly helpful in
organising our ceremony. Our guests commented on how well spoken and
friendly you were and you also managed to look fabulous – despite the cold weather! You made the whole process easy due to your professional manner and obvious experience and I am grateful for finding you.
Liana & Matthew Smiles.
We just wanted to say a massive thank you for our wedding. We are so grateful that we could make it legal and so are our parents!
We really appreciate all your help with putting together and
delivering the ceremony. We have had such positive feedback about the whole thing.
All the best,
Nick & Julia De Ville
“Sharon was the celebrant for our wedding in February
2011. She was an absolute pleasure to work with. Throughout the entire
wedding planning process Sharon was there to offer guidance and
support. On the wedding day itself she made both myself and my husband very comfortable. Our ceremony was very relaxed and personalized and
many of our guests were full of praise for how the ceremony was
Sharon, a heart felt thanks from both Aaron and I for making our
wedding day amazing!
All the best
Aaron & Sarah Tan
We were absolutely satisfied with Sharon as our celebrant at our
Sharon captured the heart and soul of our relationship and was able to
convey the true meaning of our marriage. She was very helpful in
preparing us for the “Big Day” which turned out fabulously.
Upon meeting Sharon for the first time, we were equally comfortable in
deciding to have her conduct and share in our celebration of our
She performed the ceremony graciously and was able to make it
enjoyable for us and the audience too.
We would highly recommend Sharon to any soon to be Husband and Wife.
Thank you very much Sharon for making our wedding day, as beautiful as it was…
Mr and Mrs Lay
I would to thank you again for all your help and support in making
our day so special. As every Bride & Groom knows, no matter how big or
small the ocassion , it can be a very stressful time. Your warmth ,
patience, your deep understanding of love and commitment, your sense
of family and spirituality added so much to our ‘Special Day’ You
thought of everything and helped us with our vows and understood that
they had to be just right to encapsulate our emotions. We, our family, & friends still look back on that day and just – smile. It was just
Diane & Ron
Some Venues in Lilydale
. Yarra View Receptions
40/70-72 Cave Hill Rd, Lilydale VIC 3140
(03) 9735 1699
York on Lilydale
Cnr York & Swansea Rds
Mt Evelyn, VIC, 3796
Wedding Reception Venues
170 Swansea Rd, Lilydale, VIC 3140
The Chapel Lilydale Restaurant
Wedding Reception Venues
42- 44 Castella St, Lilydale, VIC 3140
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East Melbourne 3002
Flemington 3031 (Shared with City of Moonee Valley)
Melbourne 3004 (St Kilda Road area, shared with City of Port Phillip)
North Melbourne 3051
Port Melbourne 3207
South Wharf 3006
South Yarra 3141
West Melbourne 3003
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Middle Park 3206😊
Port Melbourne 3207 😊
Ripponlea 3185 😊
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St Kilda East 3183
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St Kilda Junction
South Melbourne 3205
South Wharf 3006
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Clifton Hill 3068
Fitzroy North 3068
West Richmond (the nam
Black Rock 3193
Brighton East 3187
Hampton East 3188
Beaconsfield Upper 3808
Bunyip North 3815
Cora Lynn 3814
Garfield North 3814
Koo Wee Rup 3981
Koo Wee Rup North 3891
Lang Lang 3984
Lang Lang East 3894
Longwarry 3816 (shared Shire of Baw Baw)
Menzies Creek 3159 (shared Shire of Yarra Ranges)
Modella 3816 (shared Shire of Baw Baw)
Mount Burnett 3781
Nar Nar Goon 3812
Nar Nar Goon North 3812
Nyora 3987 (shared South Gippsland Shireand Shire of Baw Baw)
Officer South 3809
Pakenham South 3810
Pakenham Upper 3810
Tooradin North 3977
Tynong North 3813
Cranbourne East 3977
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Cranbourne South 3977
Endeavour Hills 3802
Hampton Park 3976
Junction Village 3977
Narre Warren 3805
Narre Warren North 3804
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Blind Bight 3980
Cannons Creek 3977
Clyde North 3978
Devon Meadows 3977
Lysterfield South 3156
Dandenong North 3175
Dandenong South 3175
Noble Park 3174
Noble Park East
Noble Park North 3174
Springvale South 3172
Carrum Downs 3201
Frankston North 3200
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Caulfield East 3145
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Glen Huntly 3163
St Kilda East 3183
Aspendale Gardens 3195
Chelsea Heights 3196
Cheltenham 3192 (Shared with City of Bayside)
Clayton South 3169
Dingley Village 3172
Moorabbin Airport 3194
Patterson Lakes 3197
Burwood 3125 (Shared with City of Whitehorse)
Glen Waverley 3150
Monash University 3800
Mount Waverley 3149
Notting Hill 3168
Oakleigh East 3166
Oakleigh South 3167
Wheelers Hill 3150