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Using Your New Zealand Documents Overseas
If you get married in New Zealand and return overseas, or one or both partners are not New Zealanders, depending on your domicile country, you may need to get your marriage certificate apostilled or authenticated.
Planning a Wedding Post COVID-19
Are you stuck in a holding pattern because of the pandemic, unsure whether to go ahead with your dream wedding for fear it may have to be cancelled? If so, you’re not alone. Many couples have been forced to decide between postponing or even cancelling their wedding, or going ahead with a much smaller ceremony.
Meet Joanne Smith, VCANZ National Executive
There's been a lot of change to the national executive committee this year; to help you get to know the members a little better, each month we'll present a profile so you know who's working behind the scenes for you. This month we're happy to introduce you all to Jo.
5 Reasons to Renew Your Wedding Vows
Whether you’ve been married for years or are newly-wed – have you thought about renewing your wedding vows?
A vow renewal ceremony is a way to express your ongoing love and commitment to each other, and to perhaps celebrate this with some of the important people in your lives.
Farewelling Loved Ones During Lockdown
Lockdown restrictions have meant finding new ways to grieve and connect from a distance.
Around the world and right here in New Zealand, celebrants are helping families farewell loved ones using online technology like Zoom or Facetime.
Top Tips For Planning a Small, Intimate Wedding
Smaller, more intimate weddings are becoming the new normal, with lockdown restrictions and COVID-19 changing the way we do ceremonies. But that doesn’t mean missing out on time-honoured traditions and meaningful rituals.
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A Ceremony That Facilitates the Expression of Grief
It's the unknown elements that a skilled and experienced funeral celebrant will traverse to create and deliver a ceremony that facilitates the expression of grief responsively and well.
Five Reasons to Organise A Name and Blessing Ceremony
Beyond baby, a name and blessing ceremony is a time to celebrate your one year old, toddler, older child or perhaps an adopted child who is joining your family. Whatever the family dynamic, name and blessing ceremonies can develop bonds of love that connect to universal light.