I am happy to travel to your wedding location. Based in Brisbane I conduct ceremonies here and throughout the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland, Brisbane Valley, Toowoomba and Stanthorpe regions. If you are holding your ceremony elsewhere, including rural Queensland and would like me as your celebrant, please contact me to discuss travel options further.
Weddings – from $750*
*Fees include: initial meeting, non-refundable $200 booking fee, unlimited phone calls and emails, formal meeting with completion and lodgement of all legal paperwork, wedding resources kit, a full rehearsal, a bespoke ceremony, travel to and from ceremony, calligraphy written couples marriage certificate, professional dressed in elegant attire and high-quality PA system (if required).
Please see the link for more information on the legalities:
Why do I need a celebrant?
If you want a legally-binding official marriage, then you will require a religious minister, be married in a registry office or book a registered civil celebrant to officiate your ceremony and lodge the official government documentation.
If you are religious but don’t want a church wedding, I am happy to incorporate religious components to your ceremony such as prayers or particular readings. Please discuss your wishes with me at our interview.
Vow renewals and love commitment ceremonies are not legally binding ceremonies.
What documents do I need to bring to my interview with my celebrant?
Birth Certificate (original copy) or Passport
Photo ID (driver’s license)
Divorce certificate (if applicable)
Death Certificate (if applicable)
For more information about the legalities of a marriage ceremony, visit the Attorney General’s website.
How quickly can we get married?
In Australia, you need to lodge an official request to be married with at least one month notice before the wedding day. A Notice of Intention to be Married can be completed up to 18 months beforehand.