Fiona Winwood Marriage Celebrant

Rating
(22 reviews)
 
Service Area
Adelaide metro, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Kuitpo, Barossa Valley
Business Hours
9 til 6 for admin Monday - Friday
7 days

Questions and Answers

How soon can I submit and how do I complete our Notice of Intention to get Married?

Fiona Winwood Marriage Celebrant

The minimum is 30 days, maximum 18 months prior.  If you are happy with your celebrant and have a connection - book them without delay. 

You must show your original (photocopies are not accepted) birth certificate, extract of birth or passport from your country of birth.

If you have been married previously, you must show your Divorce Decree Absolute or Death Certificate of your previous spouse.

What other ceremonies do I perform?

Fiona Winwood Marriage Celebrant

Renewal of Vows 

Elopements 

Baby namings

Blended families 

Boat Launches  

Special birthdays and Anniversaries 

Celebrity weddings 

Do I need a rehearsal?

Fiona Winwood Marriage Celebrant

A wedding ceremony rehearsal helps to fine tune and clarify the ‘when, where and why’ for all parties invloved. It is preferable that all people participating in the wedding ceremony attend the rehearsal if they are in town at the time – this includes the wedding attendants, readers, those involved in the giving away and the person you have chosen to operate your recorded music (if applicable). The rehearsal ideally takes place during the week before the wedding.

What are the legal requirements to be married in Australia?

Fiona Winwood Marriage Celebrant

The following legal requirements must be met for a marriage conducted by a registered marriage celebrant to be considered legal in Australia:

  • with the exception of Section 12 from The Marriage Act 1961, both parties must be at least 18 years of age
  • you are required to have two witnesses to the ceremony who are at least 18 years of age to sign the certificates and register
  • you must sign a declaration to state that there are no legal impediments to the marriage e.g. being married to someone else, the bride and groom being too closely related etc.
  • a Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) must be lodged with your celebrant no less than one month and no earlier than 18 months before your ceremony


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