young, vibrant, professional

Maybe a laugh, a lot of smiles and a couple of tears. Perfect

Your ceremony is a very important moment in your lives, but that doesn't mean it has to be serious and solemn. It's a sincere event, but it can also be exciting, full of joy and maybe a bit of fun (if that's what you want).

Having been a full-time celebrant for a number of years, most couples have told me that being relaxed on the day meant that they could truly enjoy this incredible moment in their lives.

So, whether you are looking for the traditional or the outrageous or something simple in between, I offer a personal service, to meet your exact requirements or we can work together to create an individual wedding ceremony that truly reflects you and your partner.

Give me a call and I would be more than happy to meet up with you for a chat.

Remember, It's a celebration! - So enjoy it!

"Thank you for a wonderful ceremony. The client was touched and very pleased. It was a pleasure for us to have you conducting the ceremony."
Lane and the Colin Cowie Lifestyle Team (Santa Monica, USA)
"Just a quick note to say thank you so much for your part in our wedding! We both felt so at ease during the ceremony that we thoroughly enjoyed it. Many, many thanks and best wishes from us both."
Ali and Jamie
"Just a short note to thank you for such a wonderful job you did on our wedding day. It really was the most beautiful ceremony (every single guest has agreed). It could not have happened without you! Everyone also commented on what a wonderful celebrant we had and how smart he looked! Will send you some pics of the wonderful day. Was just perfect in every way and we now have so many wonderful memories! Thanks again."
Amber and Paul

Michael is a young, male marriage celebrant with Engage Celebrants and is based in Sydney. Music featured in the celebrant video is courtesy of Will Henderson.

Michael Teulon

Balmain & surrounding suburbs NSW  |  0412 477 141

Engagement and wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because it was once thought that a vein in that finger led directly to the heart.

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