Your wedding day is one of the most brilliant days of your life and requires all the care and dedication it deserves, marking this memorable moment forever. For some couples the most romantic way to pledge eternal love is in a very intimate wedding ceremony, with the closest of friends or family. You will require two witnesses over the age of 18. If you choose a public space to tie the knot, check with Local Government as you may need a permit. You might throw a post elopement party, giving everyone the opportunity to celebrant with and toast the happy couple.
Keep in mind to be legally married in Australia, a person must:
*not be married to someone else
*not be marrying a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother or sister
*be at least 18 years old, unless a court has approved a marriage where one party is aged between 16 and 18 years old
*understand what marriage means and freely consent to marrying
*use specific words during the ceremony
*give written notice of their intention to marry to their authorised celebrant, within the required time frame.
* Australian Government Attorney General's Department
For an intimate elopement style ceremony with the couple, witnesses and celebrant. Includes all legal paperwork, music, wedding ceremony, photos and signing.