Bonnie Harris Wedding Celebrant

My life as a wedding celebrant is based on a true story

Every wedding ceremony is unique, and every bridal dress is exquisite, soulful and compelling. Gotta love interesting brides and their wedding gowns. Most couples have totally different ideas about their wedding reception and their wedding ceremony. They all have their own unique stories, romantic styles and even quirky ideas for wedding ceremonies. Weddings are about having fun, lots of energy, gaiety, and LOVE. Couples want their wedding day to be memorable and delightful. I’m thrilled to share my experience and my knack for wedding know-how. I’ve had the pleasure of being a wedding celebrant for hundreds of couples since 2008.

I’ve been happily married for many years, to a jovial wacky man. Actually, it’s been for so long now that the kids have left home. I live in Kuranda with its spiritual ancient rain forest and home to the Djabugay people. I love the ambience of Kuranda’s vide and community, and I’m living my dream job, orchestrating weddings.

As an alternative outgoing wedding celebrant, I love treating all aspects of life with an enthusiastic approach.  I make sure people feel at ease and comfortable in my presence.  I maintain standards of professionalism in both personal presentation and conduct and am reliable and thorough.

He was my boyfriend once though now my wacky husband, oh la la.

 I am greatly inspired by our mother earth. Universal principles and the richness of different cultures AND I love vintage clothing, heh heh. Apart from my dream job, I’ve been meditating for years and traveling to different countries.

As l love roaming, I’m happy to travel to any destination for an alternative creative or intimate wedding. Bush settings, waterfalls, back yard, cowsheds, I’ve done lots of weddings in some unusual beautiful fantastic places. Even flowing creeks, as long as there is a lookout for crocs because they can eat ya, heh heh. Life is full of wonderful blessings, isn’t it?

“We cannot really love anybody with whom we never laugh.”
Agnes Repplier