So you may not know this about me, but I really like dogs. Like a whole lot. I would own approximately 47 of them if wasn't for my voice of reason other half telling me that it's probably not the best idea considering we have two toddlers. Whatevs.

But seriously, your dog is part of your family; our wee sausage Frankie was our beginner child until we had the real human kind. When our two did arrive she got bumped down the chain a bit but nevertheless she is still adored and shown on the daily through lots of lovely cuddles and not so lovely toddler squeezes. 

So if I was getting married tomorrow then Franks would have to be there - she's family! I'm a huge fan on involving pets in weddings and have plenty of ideas if you're looking for a way to include them.

Bupa asked me and a bunch of other talented vendors about our best tips for getting your pets involved on your big day; so head on over to the Bupa website to check it out! 

Photo by the talented Jess Jackson Photographer

Amanda & Paul

 Photo by Poison Apple Studios

Photo by Poison Apple Studios

Most people have a wishing well at their wedding, or are happy with gifts; Paul & Amanda aren’t most people. Theirs was a wedding that was unique, a wedding that expressed who they are as couple and as individuals: thoughtful, enlightened and with a spirit for adventure. Guests were asked to engage in a series of challenges that included joke writing, trying something new, donating to charity and, my personal favourite, practicing an act of kindness. Cue people all over Brisbane finding Scratch its on their windscreen and being given roses in the Coles carpark. The universe appeared to acknowledge their selflessness and on the day of their nuptials, the rain ceased and they were rewarded with a beautiful blue sky. Their ceremony was romantic, lighthearted and even called for the involvement of their guests. It was a joy to be apart of.

 On a day like this, who needs a filter?!

On a day like this, who needs a filter?!


My name is Erin Woodhall.

I love weddings.  I love them so much that I became a celebrant so now I can go to them all the time! A great celebrant can really make a wedding and I pride myself on being that great celebrant. I’m an easy going optimist who loves being creative and meeting new people. One of the many perks of being a celebrant is hearing about how people find their match in this big crazy world. I’m excited to work with you to help craft your dream ceremony; be it short & sweet, funny & romantic – or a combination!

So if you're looking for a celebrant to craft the perfect ceremony for you - then I'm your gal. Feel free to contact me!