more about me...
My name is Christine Kha and I am pleased to make your acquaintance.
As well as happily marrying couples on weekends and weeknights, I work as a Data Consultant in the Melbourne CBD. All the personal and professional opportunities I have been presented with have equipped me with the skills necessary to be the wedding celebrant of your choice.
I am described as bubbly and thrive on building relationships with people. I have been lucky enough to have achieved my dream of travelling to all 6 'relevant' continents, and these experiences have instilled within me an adaptable, easy-going nature and an appreciation for multiculturalism. Therefore I will embrace all of your cultural traditions, and warmly welcome the opportunity to travel across Australia, and abroad.
I have a Chinese (Teochew) heritage and can speak Cantonese and some Teochew and Mandarin. Dad was born in Cambodia and Mum in Vietnam! If you wish for parts of your ceremony to be spoken in a different language, I am more than happy to attempt it because I love learning bits of different languages! To date I have been lucky enough to have also spoken Vietnamese, Tagalog (Filipino), Arabic, French, Italian and Cambodian in some ceremonies.
I am extremely keen to conduct a themed/dress-up ceremony – Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Disney etc – any theme would excite me! Please ask me to dress up and write you a ceremony set in an alternate universe!
If any of the above resonates with you, let’s organise an obligation free coffee catch up to discuss how we can bring your dream wedding to life. After interviewing you, I specialise in writing personalised ceremonies that focus on you. I am flexible and can cater for your preferred ceremony style, although my default is to bring smiles to everyone's faces by marrying you with heart and humour. Please know I consider this profession of mine an absolute privilege, and I would be blessed to share this journey with you.
Thank you again for taking the time to get to know me.
And HOORAY! Marriage Equality in Australia is now a reality! It would be my honour to officiate these ceremonies. Can't wait to hear from interested parties of the LGBT community!