Josh Withers Wedding Celebrant
I make husbands and wives and puns and jokes and I say things at wedding ceremonies all around the globe and I like coffee and chocolate :D
Hi, I’m a gadget-obsessed-nerd and Foo Fighters fan living on the Gold Coast with Britt, my awesome wife of two years, and we have the great honour of travelling this vast planet celebrating that marvellous union called marriage. We’re just two kids in love interested in other kids in love. That’s my story, what’s your?
Prices start at $1200.00
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Today's officiant (or celebrant, as they like to call it Down Under) interview is with Joshua of Joshua Withers Wedding Celebrant based in Sydney, Australia! Enjoy:
Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.
I’m an Australian guy that turns boyfriends and girlfriends into husbands and wives. My wife and I run two businesses, I’m a wedding celebrant, or officiant if that’s what they call me in your area, and my wife is a Pop-Up Wedding Planner. I’m super passionate about creating meaningful, personal, enjoyable and fun wedding ceremonies and Britt creates fancy elopements with The Pop-Up Wedding Co.
I've never liked uniforms, they've always felt yuck on me. It's much the same way I feel about wedding traditions. In my daily job as a marriage officiant, I think that marriage is the best thing that two people can do together, and it's an event worth celebrating. But I also think that many wedding traditions get in the way of celebrating marriage, and instead you can end up celebrating a wedding, which is like putting the horse before the cart. So please spend a few minutes with me today as I liberate you from decades of weddings and introduce you to a few wedding traditions you can leave at the chapel door.