Phuket marriage celebrant, Peter Notley, has been settled in Phuket for 23 years, during which time he has held a number of positions in the media and real estate businesses, both of which have secured him a place in the island’s ever-growing expat community.
Born and bred in the UK, Peter has wide experience of life around the globe, having been a marine engineer aboard ocean liners, a medical-equipment technician in the UK and Middle East, a salesman for engineering and medical products in the UK, and an English teacher and writer in Thailand, in addition to his 10 years in the real-estate business in Phuket. All this has given him a keen understanding of the expectations of people from different cultures and different walks of life.
In his relatively short time in the wedding business in Phuket, Peter has worked with over 25 organisers and hotels on and around the island and has earned unsolicited praise for his easy going yet attentive manner, professionalism, flexibility and sense of humour, all of which are attributes looked for by a stressed-out bride-to-be, both in the planning stage and right up to and including the ceremony. Whilst a relatively small part of your whole wedding celebration, the ceremony is the focal point of it, and Peter will carefully help you plan your ceremony so that it runs like clockwork on the big day. From his initial email with suggested ceremony wording, you’ll have the flexibility to change and choreograph the entire ceremony as you wish, with suggestions from Peter as necessary. Whilst these ceremonies are non-legal and secular (non-religious or non-spiritual), Peter can help you arrange to have your wedding legalised in Thailand, should you wish, and is happy to include any religious or spiritual wording within the ceremony.
In many cases, Peter or the wedding organizer will arrange a meeting some days prior to the wedding, in order to review and clarify the stages of the ceremony. But in any event, he will arrive at the wedding venue an hour before the ceremony to check that all is in order, and to address any last-minute issues that may arise. Most ceremonies last just 10 to 20 minutes; long enough to be meaningful but short enough to prevent it becoming a marathon event. After all, on most days in Phuket, it’s still pretty warm at 5 pm when the ceremony usually begins, and you don’t want your guests passing out in the heat!
The photos, and maybe also video, of your big event are one of the major aspects of your wedding, and Peter works alongside the photographers to ensure he doesn’t obstruct them in their quest to capture the perfect shots.
Phuket Marriage Celebrant will ensure your ceremony runs smoothly and is a memorable forerunner to your wedding banquet.
To make enquiries, please see the contact information below.
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- Contact name Peter Notley
- Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/phuket.marriage.celebrant/
- Thai Language Spoken Only
- English Language Fluent
- By Peter Notley
- Address: Chalong, Phuket
- Phone: +66 89 652 1951
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.phuketmarriagecelebrant.com