Where do we start?

A Notice of Intended Marriage, must be completed and lodged

with your celebrant no later than one calender month before

your wedding date and no earlier than 18 months.


A Declaration of No Legal Impediment, must also be completed.

This can be done as close as possible to the date of your marriage  


​You need two witnesses over the age of 18 years to witness

your ceremony


ID documents for both of you are required 

Photo Identification: Passport or Drivers Licence 

Proof of Date of Birth: Birth Certificate or Passport 

If either party has been married previously you must provide

Divorce Certificate or Death Certificate of previous partner

see Frequently asked questions for link to: Divorce Certificate  ​

Other documents, will need to be completed if you,

Use an Interpreter

Want to apply for a shortening of time for your marriage

Apply to the court for special circumstances to marry

Call Julie for help and guidance through the process


 Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get married in a park, at home, at the beach?
Yes, you can get married anywhere at any time. If you want to get married at a park, you should check with your local council, as to what they require you to do or what fees they may charge.

What is a NOIM? A Notice of Intent to Marry. You complete this form with your Celebrant or by electronic communication (after it has been witnessed by an authorised person),  no later than 1 month before the date of your marriage and no more than 18 months earlier.

What is a Declaration of No Legal Impediment?
You are both declaring, there is no legal impediment, as to why you should not be married to each other. It is a requirement that this form is completed before you get married. Complete this declaration as close as possible to the date you are getting married.

Same Sex Marriages from another Country.
From 9 December 2017, same sex marriages solemised in a foreign country, considered valid in a foreign country are recognised in Australia.

We want a small wedding, with just the two of us.
You must have two witnesses over 18 years to marry, I can help with this, if you need witnesses.

My Official Documents are not in English. 

Your documents need to be translated. They must be translated by an official NAATI translator. I can help.

How do I change my name after we're married?
To change your name, you'll need a Official "Standard Marriage Certificate" You can apply online to Births, Deaths and Marriages for a copy.  You will need this to change your passport, Drivers License, Bank Accounts.
Apply for Marriage Certificate

I have been married before.

You will need a copy of either a Divorce Certificate or a Death Certificate or Decree of nullity. If you do not have the paperwork granting your divorce, click  here 

Can I marry in Australia if I am not a resident or citizen?
Yes. You do not have to be a Citizen or a resident to marry in Australia.

How long does a Ceremony take?
Depending on what you would like, it generally takes less than 30 minutes.

Do you have music for our ceremony?
Yes, let me know what you would like and I can play this for you, or I will work with your nominated person to organise the music for your ceremony. 

Do you have props for ceremonies?
Yes. I have an Arch, signing table, chairs, PA, Styled Lecturn and items for naming ceremonies and rituals. Which can be used in your ceremony. 

Are you covered by Insurance? 
Yes, I have current Professional Indemnity and Public and Products Liability Insurance.


Marriage Counselling Services 

If you have any more questions please call Julie on 0447 409 925

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