More Than Words Ceremonies

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  • Address:
    Adelaide, South Australia, 5000
  • Phone:
    08 8317 0696
  • Service Area:
    Adelaide and Surrounding Suburbs
  • Business Hours:
    7 Days - By Appointment
  • Congratulations on your engagement! Planning your wedding is an exciting time but it can be daunting. Often, couples don't know where to begin in planning their ceremony, and that is where I come in.

    My name is Michaela Von der Borch. I believe it is important to feel completely comfortable with the people around you on your wedding day, so am happy to meet with you and your fiance,  with no obligation, to discuss what I could do to help make your ceremony special.

    Whether you want your wedding to be formal or casual, traditional or modern, elaborate or intimate we will work together to create the perfect ceremony for you. No matter what style your wedding is, it should reflect you as a couple – your personalities, your values and your relationship.

    It is a privilege to be a part of any wedding and I pride myself in my ability to provide inspiration and guidance as we work together to plan your ceremony. Using my skills, resources and experience we can create a ceremony that is unique, personal and memorable.

    As well as creating the ceremony and solemnising your marriage, I prepare and lodge all legal documents necessary in accordance with the requirements of the Attorney General’s Office, leaving you free to concentrate on the other important details of your special day.

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have (or check my availability for your ceremony date). We can arrange an appointment  to meet and see if I am the right marriage celebrant for you



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