Marriage Registry in NSW

Marriage Registration

Easy & simple to get Marriage Registration, Marriage certificate,(certificate of marriage), and the NOIM  with Sydney Celebrant. An experienced professional easy to work with celebrant.
Register for marriage and receive a certificate of Marriage with a celebrant is the easiest way to get married in Australia.

So if you wonder how to get married in Australia and receive the marriage certificate NSW –
It is really simple and straightforward. Easier to receive the marriage certificate with a marriage celebrant than with the registry, birth, death and marriages NSW. 

Let an experienced celebrant do ALL the required registration for you.
View PHOTOS from registry weddings at the celebrant’s place. 

Register for Marriage  

Get your marriage registration – hassle-free with no stress, NO interviews needed. 
I can marry you and assist with all needed advice with a personal touch instead of getting married at the birth, death, and marriages NSW, the BDM, a wedding at the Registry office. 
I can also apply for a marriage certificate and arrange for the same-day Marriage Certificate from the BDM registry. 
Marriage registration NSW – can be very easy with properly qualified assistance. 

Marry in NSW Australia can be simple with an experienced celebrant who takes care of the register for marriage and arrange for your NSW marriage certificate. 

Getting Married in NSW

Only 3 easy steps on how to marry in NSW –  easy marriage registration NSW.

How to get married in Australia – register for marriage.

  1. Lodgement of the NOIM.

    To start the legal path to your wedding ceremony.
    Lodge with me either in person the Notice of Intended MarriageNOIM, online straight on the registry’s website.
    If you can’t meet me face-to-face, I can email you the right NOIM, you fill it in, have it signed by a JP and scan it back to me so I can lodge for you online.
    (this can be done even when you’re overseas)

    We need to lodge the NOIM at least 1 calendar month before your wedding.
    The NOIM is then valid for 18 months. 

  2. Documents to Get Married

    The documents you will need to present are
    either your original birth certificates + a photo ID such as Driving Licence
    Your passports.

    If applicable – you will also need to provide any documents such as divorce papers, death or nullity. Any previous marriage and children.

    If applicable –   Any change of name certificate.

    You will need to provide some information such as your full names, address, date of birth and place, and occupation. As well as some information about your parents such as their full names and country of birth.

  3. Have your Wedding Ceremony.

    Enjoy and tie the knot either at my place or any other location of your choice 🙂

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After the Wedding Ceremony

  • As your marriage celebrant, I will take care of all the legal parts.
    Hence, register your wedding at the BDM marriage registry NSW, which I am able to do online on the same day of your wedding ceremony. 
  • So after the wedding, I can also apply on your behalf for the Official Marriage Certificate from the BDM, certificate of marriage NSW.
    You will receive the marriage certificate NSW by registered mail, usually within a few days following your wedding ceremony.
    It all depends on how busy the registry is. 
    The marriage certificate is a legal document, but nowadays you can also purchase a more decorative one.  

My Marriage Service Includes-

  • Online register for marriage.
  • Take care of ALL the paperwork.
  • You will receive my personal service.
  • It can be Cheaper than at the registry.
  • Registering your marriage on the BDM registry.
  • Apply on your behalf for the certificate of marriage.
  • A cheaper way to marry with a beautiful personalized wedding ceremony.
  • You can either have your wedding at my place or at any other location any day and any time.

Contact me so I can guide you and assist you in getting married in NSW and register your wedding with the BDM. 

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