A sample basic ceremony format may be found by clicking on the button below. This ceremony or any others can be personalised along with readings and music added to suit you. The two parts in red are required for marriage under the Marriage Act 1961.
On confirming your booking you will be provided with a login to the client resources area and have access to all the resources and sample ceremony material to assist you in personalising and tailoring your ceremony as much as you like. Everyone is different and I try and provide ceremony options and elements that allows you to create a ceremony that truly reflects you.
Types of Ceremonies
Please select the type of ceremony you are interested in for more information;
Venues for your Ceremony
Choosing your venue can be a daunting task, for a start where do you want to have it, in your hometown, out of town? A function room in a hotel, at home, a marquee, a restaurant, a resort, on Sydney harbour or maybe water views?
Click on the button below to visit my Venue Tips page which has some ideas, locations and other information to consider when narrowing down your venue or ceremony location. Always remember the safest thing anyone can do is check twice do it once!
If you would like to know more about payment options, or to make a payment to Adrian by PayPal or credit card please visit the Payments page.
After your wedding ceremony
As an online marriage celebrant with Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW) I will register your marriage with NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages on the day of or the day after your wedding. You can apply for a NSW Births, Deaths & Marriages certificate online, in person or by completing an application form. You can view the different designs, apply online or download an application form on my Information page. The following links may also be useful, After the Wedding and Next Step name and address change kits.
Couples from overseas countries, who marry in Australia may require an Authentication or an Apostille Stamp to be placed on the registered copy of their Marriage Certificate issued by Births, Deaths & Marriages. To determine if you require an Apostille or Authentication stamp follow the link to Smartraveller or the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade . Certain countries require this before they recognise an Australian marriage certificate as a legal document.
For Links & Partners along with many quality suppliers to assist you with your ceremony please visit my Links & Partners.
Questions? The answers to many common questions may be found on the FAQ’s page.
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