The number one thing I get emails about is about how to write wedding vows. Couples getting married talk about being scared of public speaking, of not knowing what to write, and how to write them, so here's my rebel's guide to writing wedding vows!
Today is Britt and my seventh wedding anniversary, and my whole Rebel’s Guide ethos has it’s roots in our own wedding and how we decided to marry. So today I celebrate our seven years in the podcast, and look forward to seven more!
Most people have a weird worldview of eloping, like it's a sin, or dishonouring of your family, so let me tell you why people elope, but also offer you a tip on how to elope, along with the difference between an elopement and a wedding. Recorded on Wanaka's Coromandel Peak in New Zealand in the motherflipping snow with real true blue snowfall!
Sitting in the back of a ute, in a river bed, outside of Queenstown NZ, here's me trying to convince you to not spend the next five years of your life planning a wedding - because your marriage is way more important than your wedding.
Thanks a million to Harley from Bulb Creative for filming today's episode!
I don't think many people understand that you don't have to pose, make weird faces, smile awkwardly, or be generally weird when you're getting your wedding photos taken. This episode features my mate, Morgan Roberts.
A super exciting Rebel’s Guide to wet weather backups, or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Rain, or, Thunder Only Happens When It’s Wedding.
Anyhow, this is the Rebel’s Guide to a wet weather wedding backup and what to do if it’s raining.
Why create The Rebel’s Guide?
Why would I invest time and effort into creating this podcast and vlog? Because I think it matters, and I think you getting married matters.
Bonus guest appearance from Luna Withers, my little girl.