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Congratulations on your engagement and commitment to marry.

Planning your own wedding can be one of the most exciting and creative things you will do in your life. Be assured I am here to help make it just that little bit smoother for you as your Marriage Celebrant.

The role of a Marriage Celebrant is to really listen to what you want for your wedding ceremony. I can also assist you with ideas that might be unique to you and your family and ensure everyone is part of your special day.  A civil marriage ceremony gives you the complete freedom to create a wedding ceremony that reflects your feelings, personality and beliefs. 


Your wedding ceremony will be personalised to suit your individual needs, and presented in a professional, relaxed and friendly way. Let me work with you to create the wedding ceremony that you want, that is personal and special to you both.


Your Ceremony can be a formal occasion or more casual, include a ritual or religious element or have a theme. The choice is yours and I am there to help.  


Together I will help you create a ceremony that will be meaningful for you, and one your family and friends will remember forever. I would consider it an honour to be part of your special day. 


What does my fee include?

•  An initial meeting to plan your ceremony and complete paperwork

•  Lodgement and registration of all legal documents

•  Help with the selection of readings and poems

•  Advice on rituals - sand or rose ceremony, hand wrapping or candle ceremony

•  Unlimited drafts, emails and phone calls

•  Arrival 45 min before your ceremony to ensure all is ready for your guests

•  Same day online Registration of your marriage with the NSW BDM office

•  Lodgement of your NSW BDM Certificate Application

•  Onsite rehearsal, by arrangement, if required

•  Perform your Ceremony with dignity

•  Signing table and two chairs if required

•  Microphone for readings and ceremony

•  PA system for music if required

•  Keepsake Official Marriage certificate

•  Ceremony Script in a Presentation Folder

What are the Australian legal obligations?

•  You must be 18 years of age

•  You must complete a Notice of Intended Marriage Form (NOIM) and

•  Provide your Celebrant one calendar month’s notice

•  You will need to produce a Birth Certificate if born in Australia or Passports.

•  Australian of Overseas Passport if born outside Australia

•  Complete a ‘No Impediment to Marriage’ declaration

•  If either of you have previously been married you will need your Divorce papers

•  If your previous spouse is deceased, you must produce the Death Certificate

•  On the day of your marriage you must have two witnesses, one each, over the age 18 and not necessarily an Australian    citizen.

Contact me

I would be pleased to hear from you to discuss your wedding plans. So contact me for a no-obligation interview at your place or mine or a suitable place in between, and in most areas across Sydney.


Once again, congratulations on your commitment and I hope to hear from you soon.


Couples from overseas wishing to marry in Australia

•  I may be able to assist with advice on venues.

•  Provide details on all matters pertaining to your marriage in Australia.

•  Support any Visa application with a letter to the appropriate authority.

•  Please complete the contact page with your details and inquiry.


Fiancé Visa applications

In my capacity as your Marriage Celebrant I can –

•  Arrange the lodgement of your Notice of Intention to Marry form

•  Provide correspondence verifying your notice of marriage to your relevant Embassy

•  Support any Visa application with a letter to the appropriate authority

•  Assist with Statutory Declarations as required

•  As a Justice of the Peace I can certify true copies of your Identification documents.

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