Frequently Asked Questions

Sunshine Coast Wedding Celebrant

Do you support Same Sex Weddings?
Absofreakinglutely!  I am learning and growing everyday to ensure that my business is inclusive to all genders and pronouns.

Are You Willing to Travel ?
Yes! I have weddings booked throughout the whole of Australia and I am up for an adventure any time. If you're located ouside of a the Sunshine Coast a travel fee may apply.

How Long Does a Ceremony go For?
It all depends on what you want, it can go for as long as you like. A wedding with all the bells and whistles will generally go for around 30 minutes from the walk down the aisle to the I now pronounce you married! 

Should we Have a  Wedding Rehearsal?

I'ts entirely up to you.. but if you want my honest opinion - I would only consider a rehearsal if you have 3 or more people in your wedding party. 

A rehearsal allows everyone involved in the wedding ceremony to run through the placement and roles of people; to get an idea of how the music and microphone system will sound; and to go through the ceremony to get a feel for how long it will take.  Also, the rehearsal would be an ideal time for the couple to sign a Statutory Declaration confirming that there is no legal impediment to your marriage.  Please note that if it is not possible to do the rehearsal at your intended venue, an ideal alternative would be a place that resembles the characteristics and size of the actual venue.  

If you choose not to have a rehearsal we will still meet up a couple of weeks leading up to your ceremony to ensure everything is signed, sealed and ready to go!

Do You Take Care of The Documentation ?
I sure do! I consult with Birth Deaths and Marriages right up until you're official marriage certificate has been ordered. So when I say all you need to do is show up and i handle everything, I mean it!!

How Long Does it Take For Our Wedding Certificate to Arrive?
It can can take anywhere from 6-12 weeks depending on how busy the BDM is at the time. One you recieve your certificate, that is when you can change your Surname.

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