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Yes, you can still get married and no, love is not cancelled!

Taking bookings for small wedding ceremonies (couple and two witnesses), 2020 and 2021 ceremonies.

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▷ 23rd March 2020 Message to my many wonderful couples.

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▷ Yes you can still get married, you can have a small wedding ceremony (couple and two witnesses). I am still taking bookings for 2020 and 2021 so if you are looking at booking your Celebrant for your wedding or any other ceremony please still get in touch as I am happy to provide further information and answer any questions that you may have.

Much of the preparation work can be completed by email, phone call, Zoom or Skype and I can guide you from there.

▷ 2020 Blacktown City Local Business Awards launched. If you would like to cast a vote for me in the 2020 Local Business Awards you can vote here.

▷ The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released Australian marriage statistics in November 2019 for the previous year. They show that "In 2018 there were 119,188 marriages in Australia, up 6,234 (5.5%) compared to 2017, the median age at marriage was 32.4 years for males and 30.5 years for females, 79.7% of males and 81.0% of females married for the first time and four out of five (79.7%) marriages were performed by a civil celebrant". They can be found here.

▷ 2019 Blacktown City Local Business Awards have been launched. If you would like to cast a vote for me in the 2019 Local Business Awards you can vote here.

▷ Adrian Downey NSW Celebrant has been featured in our Top 35 Sydney Marriage Celebrants article editors choice Wedding Diaries.

 
 

▷ I am pleased to enter into a partnership with Wedding Knights for a great value ceremony package for Adrian Downey NSW Celebrant clients.

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▷ Featured on easyweddings.com.au - Couple celebrate elegant romantic wedding with pyjama party here.

▷ Wedding Fact: Marriage Celebrant suppliers charge between $450 and $900, averaging at $685. Across Australia, the average cost is $650. Given Australian weddings typically cost $35,590, this means Australian couples spend 2% of their wedding budget on Marriage Celebrant. Source: Easyweddings.com.au

▷ Featured on easyweddings.com.au - Casual Sunday proposal leads to relaxed intimate wedding in Centennial Park. Read about Juliana and Andrew’s relaxed intimate wedding here.

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▷ On 9 December 2017, the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017 will commence. The Act changes the definition of marriage and provides for marriage equality in Australia. The right to marry in Australia will no longer be determined by sex or gender. More information is available on the Marriage equality in Australia page here.

The results of the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey may be found here.

The Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey, The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has a web page with information on the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey. The web page can be found here.

▷ The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released Australian marriage statistics in November 2015 for the previous year. They show that "The number of marriages increased in 2014 by 2,238 (1.9%)". "Civil celebrants have overseen the majority of marriages since 1999 and the proportion of marriage ceremonies overseen by a civil celebrant increased again to 74.1 per cent of all marriages in 2014". They can be found here.

▷ Adrian your Celebrant and you think it was the wedding of the year? Did you have an amazing wedding, one that was just too good not to share? Well, Easy Weddings would love to see your pictures and hear your story. Submit your wedding here.

▷ The answers to many frequently asked questions can be found by visiting the What to do page or clicking on the FAQs link or download the wedding fact sheet. For naming ceremonies please visit the Namings page.

▷ To make a comment or to sign my Guest Book please visit my Guestbook page.

 

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