Do you go with the tradition of a church ceremony with a
religious minister or other church leader, the versatility of a
civil ceremony in the place of your choice with an authorised civil
celebrant or the simplicity of a registry office?
Your wedding should reflect your own personality and style.
Remember that under the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia, a
couple must lodge a Notice of Intended Marriage with an authorised
religious or civil marriage celebrant. This document may be lodged
18 months before the ceremony date but no later than one calendar
month before the wedding day. Prior to the wedding you will also
need to provide birth certificates if you were born in Australia
and, where applicable, evidence of termination of previous
marriage. If born outside Australia, an overseas passport or birth
certificate is acceptable for identification.
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