Renewal of Vows

No matter how long you have been legally married, a renewal of vows is a wonderful way to show and reaffirm the love you have for each other, or it could be, that you never had that dream wedding, in the first instance and now consider it the right time, to it the way you always wanted to.

I would love to work with you to create a cherished moment in your life.

Renewal of Vows Prices

Whether you are having a grand renewal or an intimate ceremony, Caroline gives you the same exceptional service.

Wedding Warming of the Rings Ceremony

Personalised Ceremony


Weekday (Monday-Thursday) Ceremony


Travel more than 1 hour from Tamborine Mountain

$55 per 1/2 hour

Wedding Ceremony Rituals

Your special day will be unique and memorable whether it is a small, intimate renewal of vows ceremony or a grand event.

Your renewal ceremony may be a more traditional service of declaration, or you may like to include one of the follwing rituals in your special renewal ceremony.

Handfasting Ceremony

The term “Handfasting” is taken from Old Norse “hand-festa” meaning “to strike a bargain by joining hands”.

Handfasting is a tradition where a couple ties their hands together with a cord, rope, ribbons, a scarf, or strips of fabric in a tartan design. This tradition signifies the couple’s coming together as “one”.   Or to keep the bride or groom from running away!

It has become a popular way for today’s couples who are seeking new and spiritual ways to honour their love.

Wedding Hand Fasting Ceremony
Love Lock Ceremony

Love Lock Ceremony

The Love Lock Ceremony is of Chinese origin and no one knows how or when this ancient custom began.

It symbolizes opening your hearts and lives to one another. Your partner is the key that has made this love possible. In your wedding, the love is fastened in absolute eternal unity with two locks and two keys.

The Rose Ceremony

In the Rose Ceremony, the Bride and Groom give each other a single red rose bud. This is to symbolise the first gift to each other, as husband and wife.

The Rose Ceremony is performed at the end of the wedding ceremony after the couple has been pronounced husband and wife.

The Wedding Rose Ceremony
Wedding Unity of Sand Ceremony

The Sand Ceremony

One of the most popular wedding traditions today is the Sand Ceremony. You can personalize wedding vases with names, dates, monograms, and logos using sand. The Sand Ceremony is often used in place of the traditional candle ceremony.

The ceremony symbolises the uniting of the bride and groom. After exchanging rings, the celebrant explains the meaning of the sand ceremony. Two vials of sand (usually different colors) represent the two separate lives of the bride and groom. They then come together and pour the contents of the two individual vials of sand into one vial.

The flowing together of the sand symbolises the joining of the couple.  It is the first experience of unity as a couple. The intertwined pattern of sand created by the couple is then a keepsake of the wedding.

Unity Candle

The unity candle ceremony symbolises the very essence of the wedding ceremony.

Two taper candles represent the couple as individuals. They light a single centre candle as a visible symbol of their commitment to each other.

Wedding Unity Candle Ceremony
Wedding Warming of the Rings Ceremony

Warming of the Rings

With a warming of the rings in your ceremony, the rings will not only be a gift from the bride and the groom to each other, everyone in attendance is also part of the love and support the couple shares.

The rings are passed between all the guests. As each guest momentarily holds the rings they give their personal blessing upon the rings. The rings are then exchanged by the couple.