Jeandanielle Evans Civil Celebrant

(28 reviews)
Service Area
Daylesford / Macedon Ranges
Business Hours
By Appointment
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How long does it take to get your official marriage certificate after the wedding?

Can't wait to change my name!

Jeandanielle Evans Civil Celebrant

Hi there, In Victoria it takes anywhere from 2-6 weeks for the official marriage certificate to arrive in the post - depends how busy BDM are.   

I register all my weddings online following the ceremony, and its all part of my wedding package to include ordering and paying for your official marriage certificate so that that task is handled for you.  Enjoy your day :)

Is it OK to ask a celebrant to wear a costume at our wedding?

Hello! I've read some responses to celebrants dressing in a matching style etc. Is it rude to ask if they wouldn't mind wearing a costume? I've read somewhere a couple got married by batman and then the obvious Elvis option.. I like the idea of an iconic character and think it would be something to remember but wouldn't want to offend anyone or make it a bad experience. TIA

Jeandanielle Evans Civil Celebrant

Absolutely :)  The more fun the better!!  Apart from the serious, legal aspect of marriage, the ceremony is really a performance - scripts, lines, make-up, music, entrances and exits, rituals - which can all be enhanced by costume.  Have the BEST day - your day, your way.

Confusion around roles of matron of honour, maid of honor and who can be a witness with the best man

I have a Maid of Honor who is unmarried and a Matron of Honor who is married. I want my Matron to be a witness along with the Best Man. Even though she is married, can I have her as the Maid instead?

Jeandanielle Evans Civil Celebrant

Anyone over the age of 18yrs can be a legal witness for your marriage.    I am finding more and more couples who are choosing a wedding party, and choosing separate witnesses for the paperwork, so that more of their friends and family can be involved in the actual ceremony.   

Traditionally the Matron of Honour is a married person, and the Maid of Honour is an unmarried person.   I'm finding that many couples have let go of the old terminology, and are now embracing wedding parties with all genders accompanying either of the couple down the aisle.

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