Your Wedding Day
Why getting to know you is so important
Every soon-to-be-wed couple has a beautiful story. Listening to your story and writing it into the ceremony is one of the most enjoyable aspects of my job as your celebrant making a connection with you. Delivering a ceremony that reflects your love and life together is the most rewarding thing of all.
Once we have had an initial interview most of the writing can be achieved via email. I’ll send lots of info and options you can look through at a time that suits and allows for privacy to make choices of vows readings etc. I’ll keep things on track, write the ceremony and organise a rehearsal time usually within 2 weeks of the big day. If you’re travelling to Sydney for the occasion, Skype is a great tool for long distance rehearsals, our first interview, or writing sessions.
You will need to supply a Birth Certificates or a Passport. It does not matter what country the Passport is from, even if you were born overseas and are now an Australian citizen, an overseas passport may be the only thing you have to prove your country of Birth. If you have been previously married you MUST show evidence of your divorce. On my Legals and Notice of Intent page you will find clear instructions on how to obtain divorce papers, either from an Australian or Overseas Court Location. You simply CANNOT be married without evidence of Divorce so that is something to sort out months before the wedding.