PAPERWORK ONLY CEREMONY
For those who like it simple, there's no need to commit to a full ceremony.
Just choose a location, bring two witnesses and I'll say the required legal stuff. Then we sign the paperwork and you're officially married.
This can be as simple, extravagant, or remote as you like.
We'll just need the pair of you, and at least two other witnesses for me to perform a beautifully intimate ceremony.
More personalised non traditional weddings are my specialty.
I'll make sure we say the required legal stuff, then together we craft a unique ceremony that's meaningful to you both.
Want your day to be as unique as you are?
From ceremonies on cruise ships to jumping out of planes mid flight, or expressing yourself through cosplay, naturism or whatever you're into. No worries, I'm all good with that.
Have your heart sent on a special date?
It's all good. Keep in mind popular days, such as public holidays or numerically significant dates, may attract a slightly higher fee.
HOW IT ALL HAPPENS
Chances are, this is probably the first time you've ever had to find a Marriage Celebrant. So, to help make things easy, here are the key steps we'll go through to help create your special day.
If you feel we've clicked, this is where we confirm the booking, complete legal paperwork (see below) and discuss in more detail your wishes for the ceremony.
THE LEGAL STUFF
Although my approach is always personalised and casual, there are of course some formalities as required by law. My goal is to keep these as simple as possible, and I'm here to help you at every step of the way.
Prior to the Ceremony
We'll complete a Notice of Intended Marriage and a Declaration of No Legal Impediment to Marriage, which basically ensures you're not already married or related. I'll bring these with me to our second meeting.
If either party have been married before, they will need to provide evidence of death, nullity, or disolution.
To complete all the paperwork, you'll each need to bring along two forms of ID (Passport, Drivers License and/or Birth Certificate).
During & Post Ceremony
There are specific words we'll legally have to say on the day, but don't worry, I'll make sure this works in nicely with your personalised ceremony.
On the day, we'll sign three Marriage Certificates. One for you, one for me, and the third I send off to the government within 14 days of the ceremony.