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hey there,  jorgie Girl

It's only fair you
get to know me too

Let's be honest, your wedding day is going to be a pretty memorable moment in your life. Most of your guests will remember the reception, the dancing, or maybe they won't remember because of the open bar. You'll look back and laugh at the time you put all your closest relatives in one room... thinking it would be fine. 

 My aim is to make your ceremony one of those memorable moments of the day - but for all the right reasons. 
A moment where you look back and get goosebumps just thinking how romantic, funny and real it felt when someone (ie me) shared all the weird and wonderful things that make you two so perfect for each other.

Call me crazy, but before I let someone in on all the good, the bad and everything in between, I'd want to know a little about them. So here goes a little bit about Jorgia Brown, the celebrant.



Give me a few words that describe you


Friendly. Punny. Kind-hearted. Annoyingly happy.


Is what you’re doing now what you always wanted to do growing up?


I wanted to be a Spice Girl, let's be honest.

But when I realised that there was no room for 'freckly spice' then it was time to find a new dream. I think that my love of making people happy, social events, and creative writing led me down this path.  


What makes you feel accomplished?


Making others happy. *cue eye roll at cheesy comment* 

I'm a serious people-pleaser, which may be a weakness but it means I'll always put 110% into everything to make sure the outcome is just right. 


What would you do if you won the lottery?


Tricky one. I'd probably buy an investment property, repay my parents for providing me with life,  fill my wardrobe with funky jumpsuits to wear at every wedding, and take the gal-pals away somewhere tropical. Who feels like a pina colada? 


What is your favorite way to relax?


Putting my feet up and watching a chick-flick with a glass of wine and some chocolate goodness. 


What gets you out of bed every day? 


Knowing that every day I get out of bed, I'm one step closer to being an absolute girl boss and achieving my goals.


What do you say more often in life: yes or no? 


Currently, I'm trying to channel my inner Carl Allen (Jim Carrey) more and be a 'yes' person. 


What is on your bucket list? 


Two things at the moment:

First up is to go skydiving and secondly I'd love to live in Japan for a year.
Destination wedding anyone?


What would you tell your teenage self if you could go back in time?


"Be Brave. Stop caring what people think and give life a go.
The worst that can happen is if you fail and don't try again."


When do you think a person is ready for marriage?


I believe every relationship is different and unique. Two people will know when they're completely comfortable with the other and when the time is right. For some, it may be weeks or months, for others, it may be years. You can't put a clock on these things. 

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