Kudos

Just dropping you a note to say thank you for doing such a stupendous job at our wedding. The ceremony went exactly as we had hoped – you walked the line of reverence and humour beautifully! Afterwards, we had so many people comment on what a great celebrant you are and how included they felt …

Just a quick note to say many thanks again for doing such a wonderful job at Amy’s big day – everyone has said they thought it was a lovely ceremony and were very impressed with the ‘bloke’ who conducted it!

Thanks for the great day on December 4th 2004. It really was a wonderful day/weekend, which you obviously had a big hand in shaping. People had nothing but positive things to say about your “performance” (even Yiaya, the Greek grandmother, was impressed, although she was concerned that “the priest was strangely dressed”) and we also …

Thanks again for your celebration! We are both ecstatic about how it went off – you made the difference in making it a very special, memorable and important moment for us. Many of our friends and family pass along their praise, commenting on your excellent part in the proceedings.

Hi there! Watched the wedding video for the first time the other day and it was so great. You just did the most amazing job, it was so much fun. I realised I forgot to thank you in my speech, sorry! I also forgot to thank my Mum and Dad! Silly bitch I am.

Thanks for conducting our wedding. The ceremony was perfect in its content and delivery. Most of our friends and family made highly complimentary and unsolicited mention of your effort. Bec and I are extremely grateful for the time that you spent with us to understand our bent and listen to our story. The reult was …

The first comment from everyone who attended our wedding was inevitably…”that celebrant guy was great.” Jon really listened to our stories and captured the spirit of our relationship. It was a really moving ceremony, all of the guests cried with happiness… it was the best part of the whole day. Thanks!

Thanks so much for making our wedding such a special one. When we decided we wanted to get married we really believed in our decision, but were a little apprehensive about managing a ceremony that eliminated all the tizz and froth and got down to the brass tacks of we were and what we meant …

There’s nothing more patronising than a 60 year old celebrant going through the motions with cliches about love and officiating like a school principal. When we heard they had signed up John Von Goes as a legitimate languid lecturer of love, we knew that we had our man. He kept the groom calm while the …

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