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    What a lovely surprise receiving this five star award today! Thank you to all my beautiful couples for your rave reviews.

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    This lucky groom being supported by these fun loving bridesmaids. Looking back at Tom and Charlotte’s wedding photos makes me so happy! Special memories.

    The day was full of love, for each other, their families and their friends. It couldn’t have been more perfect.

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    Had a fabulous time in Sydney completing compulsory OPD training for the year and meeting all these other wonderful celebrants. Love this job ❤️

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    Maree's Ceremonies at Armidale wedding

    I'm so happy for this beautiful couple. Surrounded by the most special people in their lives they wed in the beautiful gardens of Peterson's Winery in Armidale last Saturday.

    Congratulations Tom and Charlotte, your vows to each other brought tears to my eyes and such happiness in witnessing your love for each other.

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    Wedding Flowers - What do they mean?

    Choosing your flowers for your wedding bouquet might seem to be a question of aesthetics, but instead of basing your choices on colour and style alone, create a bouquet with flowers whose meanings have some significance to you.

    The language of flowers dates back to the end of the nineteenth century in England. Flowers were used to express emotions when words and gestures failed.

    White roses symbolise unity and love, the white azalea symbolises love and romance and orchids are the symbol of love, beauty, strength, and luxury.The peony (blooming now) is significant both historically and mythologically, and thus is tied to many different meanings and symbols. Peony meanings include romance, prosperity, good fortune, a happy marriage, riches, honour, and compassion, pefect for a wedding.

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    If only walls could talk! Our home built in 1906 would have so many stories to share. How many weddings, gatherings and ceremonies have been held here I wonder?

    And how many are yet to come? What I have been told is Captain Hugh Frewan (or Cappie as he was known) cousin to Sir Winston Churchill lived here. The likes of Lord and Lady Wakehurst & Lord and Lady Gowrie have stayed and socialised here.

    The history of this home and the beautiful Dorrigo Plateau inspires me everyday. Looking forward to my upcoming Dorrigo weddings in this beautiful town.

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    Getting ready for the October wedding season be it rain, hail or shine!

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    Maree Connellen
    Maree ConnellenLeading Celebrantmaree@mareesceremonies.com.au
    Maree is an authorised Civil Celebrant specialising in providing personal and unique ceremonies for weddings, naming ceremonies and funerals.
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