Weddings

I’m enthusiastic in helping you to create your wedding ceremony.  Its has to be a true reflection of your style and values. Weddings are a time of transition moving into the next phase of  your togetherness. Weddings represent love acceptance passion and sometimes courage to do what you want. Not what others think you should say, wear or invite.  Follow your own heart after all it is your wedding day. I’ll go where ever you want to say your vows to one another. I want you to feel confidence and comfortable in whatever setting you desire

Alternative or Micro Wedding

I support couples who question the expectations of tradition weddings. It’s refreshing to see bridal couples expressing themselves through different fashion, music, and culture.   Watching them questioning the expectations that come with traditional  massive wedding  ceremonies. Love is programmed into us. Its important to respect  your inner self and express what your heart says is right for you.  It’s your wedding day do what you want to do,  wear what you want, invite who you like and  say whatever you think.

Legal Stuff

You must get a Notice of Intended Marriage.

Documents Required in Australia must be original certificates and sighted by your celebrant prior to marriage.

You can download Notice of Intended Marriage document, from Birth Death Marriages or from any Marriage Celebrant or  Court House in Australia. If you are from overseas any Australian Embassy will have NOIM forms.  NOIM has to be  witnessed by either: Marriage Celebrant ~Justice of the Peace ~  Police Member of a State or Territory. NOIM needs to be lodged  no later than one month before the date of your marriage and is valid for 18 months. One signature is sufficient to be witnessed, the other signature can be signed later even if it’s one hour before the ceremony. All documents must be in English. If not, they’ll need to be officially translated and authorised by a person  who is a legally recognised. Two English speaking witnesses over the age of 18 are required on the day of the ceremony. You must bring original documents with you or there’ll be tears before bedtime. This is not complicated, it’s easy don’t let bureaucracy scare you.

For Overseas Requirements:  NOIM document please have your signature witnessed in the presence of ~Australian Embassy Official~ Australian Consular Officer ~A Notary Public, then email to me.