imageMy mission is to work personally with you both to ‘Create Everlasting Memories’. I will assist with the legal requirements and help you to plan your unique day. I have many years of experience working with people, from different cultures and with different beliefs. I consider this knowledge to give me the skills that make my job so rewarding.
Only people who are legally authored to do so may solemnise marriages. (From the Marriage Act)

During our initial meeting, we exchanges information about how you would like to approach your ceremony. This exchange is a combination of your individual characters and ideas, together with my experience, and any basic legal requirements.

I will be gathering information about your background as both individuals and as a couple, especially how you met and what your future dreams and goals are.

Any information gathered during this exchange is kept in accordance with Australian Privacy Laws.


What Is The Notice of Intended Marriage?

When you and your fiancé decide you want to get married, there are a few things that have to be done by law. One such thing is your Notice of Intended Marriage. There’s not much to it, but it’s a really easy thing to forget, especially if you’ve never heard of it before.