FAQ

What is a celebrant and what can they do?

A celebrant is an independent individual who is trained in providing you with a custom made ceremony designed to celebrate any right of passage in a way which is personal to you, without legal obligation or government restriction.  There are very few limitations as to what can be included in a celebrant led ceremony.

Is my Celebrant Wedding Ceremony Legally binding?

No. You will need to register your marriage in a Registry Office before or after your Celebrant Wedding Ceremony in order to make your marriage legally binding. However, you don’t have to legalise your wedding if you don’t want to.  It’s about celebrating your love and relationship in a way that is special to you.

Do I have to be legally married before my Celebrant Wedding Ceremony?

No.  The choice is down to you.  Most couples prefer to register their marriage (the legal part) before the Celebrant Wedding Ceremony however you’re free to do so afterwards if that works better for you.

Do you offer Same-Sex Weddings?

Absolutely yes, why wouldn’t I? 

Does it matter what culture, faith or religion I am?

No, not at all.  If you wish to incorporate a cultural or religious element into your ceremony you can.