Whole Kit and Caboodle​


For those that have not married before or want a  personalised ceremony then the Whole Kit and Caboodle would be appropriate. This type of ceremony will go for approximately half and hour.  From the moment the Bride walks in to the time the couple walk out as husband and wife. Including signing the certificates.

For this service I will meet with you a couple of times, guide you through the process from beginning to end. Give you plenty of suggestions regarding vows, poems, or other rituals you might like to add into your ceremony.

A rehearsal can be organised for this type of service at at extra cost. And the use of my battery operated public address system is also included. So all your guests will be able hear what is being said as well as your music played as well. 


All the legal requirements are met which included a marriage certificate filled in by a professional calligrapher.


Quick and Easy 

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Don't want to get a personal loan out for your wedding! Or just want a simple service to celebrate your

love. A quick and easy wedding is not unlike a registry wedding. However you can choose your own venue

to get married in. Back yards, Lounge rooms, Yachts, You name it!


And a quick and easy wedding doesn't mean you can't have music, be given away or choose your

own personalised vows or poem. You can do all these. The service will just be shorter. 


All the legal requirements are met. The same as if you booked me for a longer service. 


There is no rehearsal offered but I never go ahead without giving my couples a quick run through of how it will happen before proceeding.


 Great for people who are really nervous, those who are remarrying or those who have already started their family. 

Quick and Easy - so there is more time for photos and to start the party! 

Includes the use of my public address system and a marriage certificate filled in by a professional calligrapher! What more could you want! 


0412 892 090

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Est 2003

alison eno - melbourne celebrant

'creating memorable moments'