What areas do you cover?
We offer ceremonies at throughout Brisbane, Logan, Scenic Rim, Ipswich and South, to the Gold Coast QLD, including your own home.
What to Expect?
I love engaging with people from all walks of life and guiding them calmly through the ups and downs of their special times. I enjoy meeting new people, getting to know their stories and helping them to work through the maze of organising an important ceremony, no matter what the occasion. My maturity, life experience and confidence let me be the calming influence you need when dealing with any important occasion.
I will work through the process and scripts with you until you are comfortable with the outcome and it will always be your day done your way. I will ensure you don’t get just a service – you get an experience with memories to last a lifetime.
I am a Commonwealth Registered Celebrant under the requirements of the Attorney General’s Department and a member of the Australian Federation of Civil Celebrants. This ensures that the ceremony will meet all legal requirements and your marriage will be duly registered.
I have also trained in the other areas of ceremony and am committed to remaining up to date with current trends and options for celebrations of life, love or loss.
My professional background has been in executive private and public sector roles with staff management and public speaking and I am confident that I can establish a rapport with people from all walks of life.
I offer services throughout Brisbane, Logan, Scenic Rim and Ipswich and south to the Gold Coast.
When to make a booking?
As soon as you have chosen your wedding date. Don’t leave it till the last minute as you’ll find you have very little choice of Celebrant.
Frequently Asked Questions
The most popular question.
Remember that your celebrant holds full legal responsibility to perform your marriage ceremony and register your marriage correctly. Celebrants are free to set a charge that reflects and includes
Lodging the Notice of Intended Marriage
Writing a ceremony to suit your individual requirements and the law
Producing Marriage Certificates
Performing your ceremony at a venue, date and time of your choosing
Registering your marriage with the Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages
Travel to and from your chosen venue
a PA system
Scans, emails, STD calls and phone and mobile calls
calligraphy on certificates
Discuss with your celebrant an overall fee, including any added extras, and when a deposit and full payment is required. We issue an invoice at the time of lodging the Notice of Intended Marriage.
Please contact us for a firm price, once we have quoted a price there are no hidden extras.
We offer Wedding ceremonies throughout Brisbane, Logan, Scenic Rim, Ipswich and South, to the Gold Coast QLD. Brisbane and we would love to assist you in planning your wedding.
As soon as you have chosen your wedding date. Don’t leave it till the last minute as you’ll find you may have very little choice of Celebrant.
You are required to give a Notice of Intended Marriage to a Celebrant at least 1 month before your wedding date and you are required to provide your Celebrant certain documents, please see the legal requirements page on our website for a full list. If you don’t currently have these documents, it may take some time for you to obtain these documents. However, you don’t need these documents to complete the NOIM though they must be sighted well before you are married.
No Problem. The form can be lodged with only one signature but your partner will need to sign it well before your wedding day.
If previously married, you are required to provide evidence to show that the last marriage has ended. This is in the form of a Death Certificate of the previous spouse, or a Certificate of Divorce.
Yes, however, you will need to check your Celebrants availability.
If you are married in Australia and want to update your driver licence or passport or other government documentation to your married name, you will need to apply for an official marriage certificate from Births, Deaths and Marriage.
You can find the marriage certificate application on the Queensland Government website.