Angie Wilson Celebrant

(8 reviews)
Service Area
Northern NSW/Byron Bay, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast
Business Hours
By appointment
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Why should we hire you as our Marriage Celebrant?

I am a super organised and efficient wedding celebrant who will take the stress and pressure off you. I’ve been a Gold Coast celebrant for over 10 years and have considerable experience putting together personalised wedding ceremonies for engaged couples. My main goal is to perform a ceremony that the couple can be proud of and have fond memories of.
I would be honoured to be your Marriage Celebrant on your special day and can promise you the highest level of sincerity and professionalism to ensure your day is a memorable one. 

What do you charge and what is included in that cost?

Call me now on 0416 739 583 to discuss what I charge to prepare and conduct YOUR personalised wedding ceremony.

My fee includes the following:

Initial consultation at my home and completion of the Notice of Intended Marriage form.
Personalized wedding ceremony with as much or as little help as you require.
Unlimited contact via email or telephone and 1-2 meetings in person.
Completion of the Form 14 Statutory Declarations at the rehearsal or meeting.
High quality PA portable sound system.  Unit has a CD player and Ipod jack which is available to be used for your music.
Direction on how to apply for the official Births Deaths & Marriages Queensland Marriage Certificate (necessary for the Bride to apply for passports/bank accounts etc in the new married name).
Forwarding all legal paperwork to Births, Deaths & Marriages in a timely manner.
The Customer Service Agreement sets out exactly what is expected of each other to ensure the smooth running of the wedding ceremony. I am a member of the Australian Marriage Celebrants Association and hold Public Liability insurance and complete yearly professional development to keep my skills and knowledge up to 

What is required to get married in Australia?

You do not need to be an Australian citizen to get married, or be in the country for a certain amount of time.  You must however, be of marriageable age (18 years or older) and must have two witnesses also over the age of 18 attend the marriage ceremony.

A Notice of Intended Marriage form needs to be lodged with your marriage celebrant no later than one month prior to the wedding date.

To comply with all the legal requirements of the Notice of Intended Marriage, your celebrant must sight the following documents:
A birth certificate (or passport).
Divorce papers or death certificates if either party has been married before.
Photo identification, e.g. driver’s license.
Documents can be scanned and emailed to the celebrant if the couple do not reside locally.  However by law, the wedding cannot proceed unless the celebrant has sighted all of the original documents.
If a Notice of Intended Marriage is completed overseas, it needs to be witnessed by a Notary Public.  If either party cannot speak English, then an official interpreter must be present and they must sign a statutory declaration.  Any documents not in English need to be officially translated.

What areas do you service?

I am based in Queensland on the beautiful Gold Coast. I live in centrally located Labrador which allows me to perform weddings on the Gold Coast, Northern NSW (Bryon Bay), Tamborine Mountain, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast (and further afield by negotiation).

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