Patricia Hadley

New To Easy Weddings
Service Area
Narrabri and surrounding town
Business Hours
Book By Appointment
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From grand occasions to intimate gatherings, I can help with all types of wedding ceremonies

Every couple’s day is exhilarating because of the love and the anticipation of the couple. I just love seeing two people who are in love.

I work closely with couples designing a unique wedding ceremony to reflect their unique personalities and reflecting their thoughts and feelings. It is your day, so I want it to stay forever in your memories.

Planning for your special day can be overwhelming but with my professional guidance and advice it will easier than you think! You have the benefit of my experience, ideas and suggestions for the wording of your ceremony. You can contribute as much or a little as you like.

With my relaxed and professional style, your ceremony will run smoothly and beautifully. 

I also suggest a rehearsal at the venue to assist with the bride’s entry making it memorable for both you and your guests. Everything for the ceremony will be decided so that you can both relax and be free to enjoy the moment.


Questions and Answers

What do I need to do?

Patricia Hadley

  • You must be over the age of 18 to marry (exceptions are permitted with authority of the Court)
  • A Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) must be completed and provided to me as your celebrant at least one month prior to your wedding ceremony (and is valid for 18 months).
  • You must provide to me evidence of your date and place of birth (i.e. your original birth certificate or Australian Passport, or if born overseas, your international passport, provided it has not been cancelled).
  • You must provide proof of your identity (e.g. your Driver’s Licence, Passport, Australian Citizenship Certificate)
  • If applicable, you must provide evidence of dissolution of a previous marriage (e.g. original Divorce Certificate, or an original Death Certificate of the previous spouse)
  • All documents must be legible in English. If documents are in a language other than English, they must be officially translated by NAATI (this is at cost to the couple)
  • Prior to your marriage, you must sign a declaration (Form 14), stating there is no legal impediment to your marriage.
  • The marriage must be witnessed by two people who are over 18 years and you have to provide their full names.
  • Particular legal wording must be incorporated in the ceremony (e.g. in the Monitum and vows). I will discuss this with you and how to include this wording in the ceremony whilst still making it uniquely yours.

During the ceremony, which documents do we sign?

Patricia Hadley

  • Certificate retained in the Marriage Register
  • Certificate forwarded to the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages
  • Certificate given to you as a record of your marriage. This certificate is an official document and evidence of marital status, but it is not a proof of identity document.

Name change?

Patricia Hadley

This is a personal choice and is not a legal requirement upon marriage for a person to change their last name to their spouse’s. Most authorities require a registry-issued marriage certificate as proof of marriage. I apply for your Marriage Certificate from the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages for you when I register your marriage.

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