Weddings – Namings – Reaffirmations – Commitments

Time to Put the Wedding Together Questions

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  • Your vows (are you reading them from a palm card or repeating them after me?).
  • Your ring exchanges wording.
  • Are you having readings/poems, if so who are your readers?
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Suggested Order of Ceremony

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• Processional (Down The Aisle)
• Welcome
• Asking Of Parents Blessing
• Margo’s Address
• Optional 1st Reading
• Compulsory Laws Of Australia (more…)

Documentation Needed to Lodge a Wedding

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For a wedding to be legally valid in Australia a Notice of Intended Marriage form must be completed, signed and witnessed by me (or an authorised person and received by me) a minimum of 30 days prior to your wedding.

The documents needed to complete the form include (more…)

Your Civil Wedding Ceremony

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    Most weddings in Australia are performed by civil celebrants. In 2012, 72% of Australian weddings were civil ceremonies, and have outnumbered religious ceremonies since 1999. Listed below are points to consider prior to your wedding to ensure your ceremony is unique and reflects you and your partner.

  • I believe your celebrant is the first thing to consider – unlike flowers or cakes for example, I can only perform one ceremony at a time. A clever and experienced celebrant can really make a difference to ensure your ceremony is one to cherish forever.
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