Marriage Celebrant South Coast NSW

Your Celebrant

Your chosen celebrant plays a pivotal and strategic role on your wedding day. It's important not to make your decision solely based on price but also on the genuine and warm connection you establish with the skilled individual who will be entrusted with overseeing your special day. This person not only handles the legalities with precision but also crafts and delivers a seamless, heartfelt ceremony that captures the essence of your love story. They are the ones who will officially pronounce you as husband and wife or partners for life, a moment that holds immense significance.

Just ask for information

As your celebrant is an important part of your special day, you need to know what they offer, so 'll be happy to send you all the information you need to start your marriage process. Just drop me an e-mail or give me a call and I'll take care of the rest. You can find more information on

Obligation free meeting

As my schedule is very flexible, I invite you to come to my home office at a time that suits your work commitments. I will be happy to set aside time for us to chat and get to know each other before you make a commitment.

How much do you charge?

This is one of the most common questions asked by wedding couples who need to be conscious of their budget.

"One price does not fit all" I offer a range of pricings from $600 to $850 which includes your Official Marriage Certificate from BDM valued at $67.  The choice is yours so just ask for my price guide which will outline the different levels, with one certain to suit your requirements.

One month's notice is needed

By law you need to give your celebrant at least one month's notice by signing your Notice Of Intended Marriage. You will need to produce your original birth certificates or passports as ID. and a divorce or death certificate for a previous marriage.

Your marriage will be registered with BDM following the ceremony.

Popular wedding times

While most couples choose a Saturday to hold their weddings, you can get married any time you wish. I am happy to help you celebrate any day of the week at any time. Most couples choose mid afternoon for their ceremony, followed by an evening reception but a late morning ceremony is also a great time for a lunch time celebration.

Your vows

During your ceremony, you will need to say certain vows to make your marriage legal. Vows are like promises you make to each other as you begin your life journey together. You can choose to say just the compulsory vows or compose your own meaningful and heartfelt words to exchange during your ceremony. I will help you with your choices at our meeting.