Sydney Indian Wedding Officiant
Sydney Indian Wedding Officiant – wedding celebrant or officiant for ALL couples and traditions. Indian weddings in Sydney in Australia are always extremely unique and colourful, full of life and happiness.
As a Sydney celebrant, I am more than happy to officiate at any wedding ceremony.
- All multicultural are celebrated.
- Together we can include any rituals or readings to the extent that you want.
- So that at the end of the day, you will be happy with the wedding ceremony you desire.
- It is all going to be your choice of which wedding ritual we include in your ceremony.
Celebrant Wedding Service includes
- All legal paperwork.
- Online lodgement of the NOIM.
- A beautiful meaningful wedding ceremony.
- Marriage certificate and marriage registration.
- A sound system for your chosen music and the ceremony.
- Recommendations for reliable accessible wedding suppliers.
- Unlimited contact with your marriage celebrant assisting along the way.
- A relaxed enjoyable stress-free journey to you on your way to your wedding day.
I can help you wherever you are. Whether you are anywhere in Australia or even overseas.
We usually lodge the NOIM together online. If for any reason you cannot arrive at my place, there are other ways we can lodge this form. As a wedding celebrant officiant, I can advise you on how to proceed in that case.
Congratulations to this lovely couple who got married in Windsor Function Centre on Friday night.
Such a happy wedding celebration with lots of family and friends, who some flew over from India. The room was colourful with all the bright amazing colours of the traditional dresses. And plenty of yummy traditional Indian appetizers.
I helped the groom to bring over to Australia his bride by providing a letter to immigration. A letter declaring the couple’s intention of getting married as they wanted to tie the knot in an Indian wedding in Sydney.
Indian Australian Wedding
Such a beautiful colourful wedding ceremony in my big green backyard for this gorgeous young couple. While they can’t at the moment travel to India, at least they tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony at my place. Later on, they will travel back home to celebrate with family and friends.
A unique special wedding ceremony in the garden where we included the Hindu wedding tradition where the bride and groom walk around the holy fire, the Agni 7 times. Agni symbolizes the witness of the divine. So any commitments made in front of it are made in the presence of God. The couple takes seven full circles, walking clockwise around the Agni, representing the seven principles and promises they make to each other.
So we conducted the civil wedding in the backyard of the brides’ parents’ place including in the ceremony the Agni rituals as well as some blessings and readings from family here in Australia and overseas.
Indian Wedding in Sydney
This lovely bride and groom only approached me just one month prior to their wedding day.
This was just sufficient enough time to lodge their Notice of Intended Marriage.
The Notice of Intended Marriage is the form that we need to lodge at least one month before the wedding day. The form is then valid for 18 months. We fill it in and lodge it straight onto the BDM registry website.
After receiving the form, I took care of all the legal paperwork so that the couple could relax and just enjoy a stress-free journey to their big day. I also assisted them in planning the wedding and acted like their Indian wedding planner, including any rituals they wanted.
The bride was dressed in a beautiful Indian wedding dress, while the groom wore a smart suit. The wedding ceremony took place in my garden, which is obviously a very affordable ceremony. Otherwise, we can also have the wedding ceremony at any other location of your choice.
Congratulation to the bride and groom on a lovely afternoon wedding ceremony in my backyard.
Contact me so I can offer you my service and start taking care of all the legal paperwork for your very special day, your wedding day while creating a beautiful wedding ceremony.
Indian Wedding in Australia
Congratulations to this happy bride and groom and their lovely dog.
Since the couple already had two big ceremonies, one back in China and another big one in India. And today the bride wore this beautiful dress her mother-in-law made for her in Indian. Such vibrant beautiful colours.
A very special multicultural union as the groom is from India and the bride is from China while their dog is Australian. They are already a family with Suzie the dog who had a very special role today, as the ring bearer.
Indian Wedding Couple
Finally, we could conduct the wedding once the borders between the states opened as the bride and her family were able to arrive from Melbourne.
Congrats to this young lovely couple who had their civil wedding ceremony at home with the blessings near their beautiful gold little temple. This is where we conducted the civil ceremony while over the weekend they will celebrate with much more family and friends in a more traditional way.