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Not my wedding, a friends tiny shotgun registry office jobbie.
But the celebrant was utterly enamoured by one of the other guests - cornered him before the ceremony suggesting that he would make a great celebrant himself (actually he WOULD!) and even made a few comments during the ceremony aimed at him!
Cornered him afterward trying to push 'celebrant training' information on him - was tre weird!
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