It’s good to know exactly what it’s going to cost you and what you’re going to get for your money.
There are two options here that I hope will fit your budget.
Feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss your options.
Remember – It’s the ceremony that makes you married.

Everything you need

Initial meeting to see if I’m the right Celebrant for you – no obligation

A very special ceremony heart-crafted just for you two

Whatever you want for your ceremony, I want to make that happen. My resources include ideas for vows, readings, music, rituals and more.

Rehearsal to make sure everything is going to be perfect

A Keepsake copy of your ceremony

All legal requirements and paperwork – completed, double checked, finalised and lodged
(nothing for you to worry about)

If needed, I will provide a PA system and a signing table

My commitment to you:
I want your wedding to be exactly how you want it to be. I will do everything I can to fulfill your expectations.

$790

(incl GST) requires a non-refundable booking fee of $350

No Fuss special

Just you two, me, and two witnesses.

A meeting to complete the paperwork

A short ceremony created by me for you (We must at least do the legal bits!)

All legal requirements and paperwork – completed, double checked, finalised and lodged
(nothing for you to worry about)

My commitment to you:
I will do everything I can to ensure that your wedding ceremony is special and memorable.

$450

(incl GST) requires a non-refundable booking fee of $250

For Your Information

If you are wondering how much it costs to get married in the Registry Office in Melbourne here is a link to the costs page: wedding ceremony fees

Official Certificate of Marriage

If you wish to change your name after your wedding you will need an Official Certificate of Marriage which is available from Births Deaths and Marriages after your marriage is registered with them.

I can order this for you when I lodge your legal documents. This will incur an additional fee of $50.

If you wish to order it yourself you can do this online at Births Deaths and Marriages but you will have to wait until your marriage is registered. You will have to prove your identity to them and pay the fee directly to them.

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