Civil ceremonies have become increasingly popular and I look forward to meeting you so that you can ensure that I’m the person that you’d like to have on this most important day of your life.
As a marriage celebrant for many years now, I have a wealth of experience and have been privileged to be an intimate part of many people’s special day.
By assisting you and providing a library of resources we can both work together to create an unique wedding ceremony that captures the most important parts of what makes your relationship so special.
Please feel free to take a look around my website,, and If I can answer any questions that you have about your special day, please give me a call – I’m more than happy to help, I’m here to ensure that your ideas about the professional wedding ceremony turn into a reality. I am able to adapt and help you make the day a memorable experience for you and your guests.
In our initial meeting we will go over the legalities and fill out all the required paperwork including the notice of intended marriage (NOIM) which must be completed a minimum of 1 calendar month and a maximum of 18 months before your ceremony.
Please bring the following documents:
If you were born in Australia, an original birth certificate or current passport.
If you were born overseas an current overseas passport is acceptable.
If you were previously married, an original of either a death certificate or divorce papers. It is helpful if you can bring your previous marriage certificate.
Commitment ceremonies are essentially weddings without the legalities. There are many reasons why loving, committed, couples either choose not to, or are unable to marry.
The process of creating a commitment ceremony is much like that of a wedding – minus the Monitum (the celebrants legal words). These ceremonies, which allow people to express their love no matter what their situation may be.
I would be delighted to collaborate with you and your partner in creating the Ceremony of your dreams! Please contact me if you wish to know more about how I work. I warmly welcome your enquiries.