How does it work?
An easy to follow step by step summary…
So…. How does it work? Booking your wedding suppliers, including a marriage celebrant doesn’t have to feel like a daunting task. Have fun with the process and choose professional people you can relate to.
You’re engaged! You’ve chosen a wedding date and have booked your venue! If you’re looking for a light-hearted and experienced celebrant, let’s meet up at my home office in Berwick. Click here to contact me.
Filling in the Notice of Intended Marriage is the first step and I’ll guide you with this paperwork. You’ll receive a comprehensive information pack to take with home with you.
Let’s catch up to discuss your ceremony preferences and perhaps include your personal story so I can then email you a draft to your liking. I’ll also sight your documents such as your original birth certificates, extracts or passports.
It’s the final meeting! Time to sign paperwork, check your ceremony format, music and have a little run through. I’ll share some valuable tips and answer any further questions you might have before your big day arrives.
It’s your wedding day! I’ll set up my PA and ceremony extras. We take in all the emotions that a marriage ceremony has to offer; this might include some tears as well as laughter!
Kiss the bride (of course!)… We will sign the register and certificates with your 2 chosen witnesses. I’ll present you with your keepsake certificate.
You live Happily Ever After…
I’ll lodge your paperwork and let you know via email when your marriage has been registered and send you the link on how to change your surname.
” I just wanted to say thank you again for such a fabulous service, I recommend you to everyone I know as everything about the experience was perfect; you are the most nicest and easy going lady and this shined in the ceremony making it an even more special and fun day. I have never met a celebrant as people friendly as you and was not surprised to hear people comment on how nice you were on reflection after the day. ” Heidi & Paul, Warragul