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Life can take us in many directions. The right ceremony can turn your most special moments into treasured memories to last a lifetime.

Whether you’re celebrating love, life, success or growth, trust Deep & Meaningful Ceremonies to live up to its name in every way.

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Top Tips For A Stress-Free Ceremony

As experienced by a real bride… turned marriage celebrant! The day is all about you You know what they say: “you can’t please everyone, all of the time” – it’s true! You have put so much time and effort into this one day and now it’s time to enjoy it. All you need to think […]

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Top Tips to Write Your Own Vows

Decide if you are going to write them together Two heads can be better than one! You could write your vows together and read out sections to each other. If you decide to write them separately (and keep them as a surprise for each other) you may want to agree on a starting point like […]

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Japanese Wedding

After having just returned from Japan, where I had the honour of being invited to a close friend’s wedding. The stunning bride Shiho, is Japanese and the handsome groom Pete, is Australian.

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We intend to get married overseas, what do we do?

Contact the consul or embassy of the country in which you want to get married and ask their advice, as the requirements differ. Advice can also be sought from the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department, Canberra. Once married, it is advisable to obtain a marriage certificate for the registering authority of the overseas country before returning […]

Do I need to provide witnesses?

Yes, you must have at least two witnesses, over the age of eighteen and who can speak English, to witness your marriage ceremony.

How quickly can I get married?

One calendar month must elapse from the date a Notice of Intended Marriage form is lodged with the celebrant to the date of the ceremony, unless special permission is granted in extenuating circumstances.