About Me

They say that behind every successful woman is a wonderful man. In my case it is my husband, Jimmy. We immigrated to Australia with our two daughters in 1971 and Sydney is our home. I am Australian and love this country with a passion - the same passion that I share with my couples for whom I perform wedding ceremonies; the same passion I display when I spur on my Aussie cricket team to move mountains, or when I urge the Sydney Swans to fly high!

Educated, articulate and culturally diverse, I have a flair for languages which has brought about a new dimension to my celebrant work. Prior to becoming a Celebrant I was a flight attendant and compéred fashion shows. And the most wonderful job of all - wife and mother!

I have also done some stage work and participated in university elocution contests and debating teams. All of this, combined with a secretarial and Sales & Marketing background stands me in good stead when delivering a ceremony with professionalism.

A genuine love for people is reflected in my approach to couples and the feeling that I put into composing personalised ceremonies for them. I get to know each couple before writing something special for them. I become a friend and confidante as well as their celebrant. Their feedback is rewarding and important to me and makes me want to give my best in everything I do. A sense of humour is paramount in my philosophy of life.

My work as a celebrant keeps me happily busy, however since 2007 I have been actively involved with bcna - the National Breast Cancer Foundation which is a national organisation for Australians personally affected by breast cancer. This allows me to give something of myself to others in need and keeps me focused on the important things in life.

My name is of Persian origin: "Beh" means good, beautiful or auspicious; and "roze" means day. And it is so prophetic that I should be in this line of work where I can give my couples and their families a happy day.