Personalising your marriage ceremony

Personalising your marriage ceremony can make your marriage ceremony all that more special. It doesn’t have to involve a lot. Maybe add a couple of words to your vows or have a friend read a short poem you have chosen. A personalised ceremony is one that Simple Ceremonies can help you deliver.

Step 3 – Your Ceremony

On the day of your  Marriage CeremonyOn the day of your ceremony – the first thing you have to do is SMILE 😉You are going to have a fabulous day!By now everything should be in place to ensure your marriage ceremony will run smoothly. But for comfort you may want to have a quick look at the Checklist.What you will need to bringIn general, you will need to bring original copies of;The Notice of Intended MarriageID (Passport OR Birth Certificate and Drives Lic.Certificates relating to previous marriages (if applicable)Who you will need to bringIn general, you will need to bring;Each other 😉2 witnesses – they can be anyone as long as they are over 18 years old (and speak English)In addition, if either of you do not speak or understand English you will need to bring an interpreter – this can be anyone as long as they are over 18 (an not one of you).  

Sydney Marriage office Alternative

[todaysdate format=”jS F Y”]. Marriages are good to go! Constraints apply. Max 5 people. The 2 of you, your 2 witnesses and the celebrant. Checkout our “Corona Park” and Zoom streaming. Just 3 steps to get marriedStep 1. Make a BookingFrom just $270. See available location, date & time.Step 2. Complete NoIMComplete 1 month before your ceremony. No meeting or interview required!Step 3. Your CeremonyAmazing location & celebrant! See how your day will flow  “Michael’s warmth and professionalism made our day as perfect and simple as we wanted it to be. The location was iconic. I highly recommend Simple Ceremonies for anyone who wants a beautiful ceremony without all the fuss.” Melissa – 29th February 2020. Click here to read over 300 review on Google & FacebookAustralian Governement Attoney-General’s Department All of our marriage celebrants are authorised by the AG’s Depatment. This means they can perform your ceremony and legally register your marriage exactly the same as any Marriage Registry Office – except; easier, cheaper and with more fun. Check the Australian Government website Everything you need to know and do to get legally married is covered above. Simple. (But feel free to look around to see why you should use Simple Ceremonies, …

Your Marriage Ceremony

8Amazing locations to get married in SydneySydney has so many options to offer, when getting married. You can get married on beautiful Sydney Harbour (in a park or on a boat), world famous Bondi Beach, in a city bar (pub), on a lake or conveniently, in an office.Scroll through our locations belowJust one fee covers everything lodgement of your Notice of Intended Marriageyour Celebrant on the dayregistration of your marriage with Births, Deaths and Marriages NSW.The location for your marriage is also included in this fee – no more to pay. Indoor venues and Water Taxis are booked and paid for on your behalf. Outdoor locations are held in public parks, where the authorities generously provide them – without a fee (based on there being a limited number of people at the ceremony) North Sydney Marriage Location Book Bradfield Park – North Sydney – $300Max. no. people is 20. Your celebrant will be Michael TeulonSay your “I dos” under the Sydney Harbour Bridge – framed by Sydney city skyline, the Sydney Opera House and of course Sydney Harbour.Max 20 people – or increase up to 59 with additional fee $75Learn moreBook Blues Point Reserve – North Sydney – $330Max no. people is 20. Your …

What qualification do Marriage Celebrants have to have and how do you confirm they are registered?

  Marriage celebrants are people who are legally allowed to perform marriages in Australia. Being a marriage celebrant is a special and important role in the community. It also attracts serious legal responsibilities. Failure to meet those responsibilities can have serious consequences. There are a number of steps involved in becoming a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant. You will need to: successfully complete a Certificate IV in Celebrancy qualification that includes the four marriage celebrancy units through a registered training organisation or an equivalent university qualification set requirements for training organisations delivering the four marriage celebrancy units apply. You may not meet the qualification requirement for registration if the set requirements for the four marriage celebrancy units are not met by the training organisation delivering the qualification. Requirement for training organistations [DOC 80KB] Requirement for training organistations [PDF 133KB] submit an application to this department. Email us at for the application pack successfully answer a series of legal questions about marriage law and process be assessed as being a fit and proper person by the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants You may only advertise your services and perform marriages once you are registered as a marriage celebrant. Different criteria for registration as …