MY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The short answer, ASAP. Once you have locked in your venue generally the photographer and celebrant are next.
Legally you can get married within 31 days of completing the Notice of Intended Marriage. As your celebrant I’m required to have the document in my hands one month and one day before your ceremony.
Up to 18 months.
Passports work best, otherwise your birth certificate with a form of photo ID e.g A drivers licence, proof of age ID or passport.
Absolutely – the vows are one of the highlights of the ceremony! They’re an expression of you and your relationship. If you need help writing your vows, I’m here to help you.
Ceremonies under 30 minutes are ideal; any longer and people start to zone out. But really, it’s not about time, it’s about being engaging and real.
Yes; your witnesses must include two people over the age of 18 who can understand the ceremony. If you’re eloping we can use a couple of passers-by and/or your photographer.
Trust your gut. Look for someone who you feel comfortable with, has experience, emotional intelligence, and someone who is organised.
You can for your guests, but not for your intended spouse. The relevant paper work needs to be completed a month in advance to legally get married in Australia.
No you don’t; I come ready with all of my own equipment. I have a high quality Bose PA speaker and wireless microphone ensuring the crowd can hear me.
Yes, during the ceremony you can connect via Bluetooth, 3.5 mm jack or an Iphone jack.
Only one! I’m there for you – relaxed and focused – ready to deliver the ceremony you’ve dreamed of.