Elizabeth Davis Marriage Celebrant | Wedding
page-template,page-template-full_width,page-template-full_width-php,page,page-id-15691,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-8.0,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.9.2,vc_responsive


An unforgettable, magical wedding day begins with your marriage ceremony, presented by a celebrant with the traits, skills and personality to reflect your dreams and happiness.

Further more, your wedding day is important and from the moment you choose me as your celebrant, I will work with you to ensure you wedding ceremony celebrates your uniqueness and your journey as husband and wife.
All ceremonies I believe are individual and it is my responsibility to write your story in a distinctive, personal and heartfelt manner.

Your ceremony is more than just words, its taking care of all the details to ensure your day runs smoothly, engaging you and your guests. It sets the tone for your day. It would be my pleasure and privilege to mark the official celebration of your love in a ceremony designed just for you.

What does my fee include:

• Obligation free initial meeting
• Unlimited follow up meetings, email, phone communications (within Australia)
• Preparation of legal documentation and lodgement to register the marriage with Birth, Deaths and Marriages
• Original and custom written ceremony
• Ceremony guides and sample readings and poems
• Inspiration and ideas for ceremony
• Use of bridal table, chair and tailored cloth for marriage certificate signing (if required)
• Official Marriage Certificate
• Modern PA system incorporating CD player, iPod/MP3 connectivity

What is my fee

A celebrants fee is generally the most modest fee of the day and varies depending on the service required and other anomalies such as travel.

It is advisable to meet with you celebrant in person, discuss your needs and personal requests then you will know what is included before committing yourself. Please feel free to contact me for your ceremony fee.
When choosing your celebrant remember they will play an integral part in ensuring your day with your loved one, family and guests will be a day to remember for the rest of your life.

What Do We Do Next

  • Call

    Give me a call and we will confirm if your wedding date is available. Then arrangements can be made to complete the Notice of Intended Marriage at our interview which should be not less than one (1) month prior to your ceremony date and no more than eighteen (18) months prior to your ceremony.

  • Plan

    We can arrange an interview at my office or I am happy to accommodate your wishes and choose another location closer to you. This is a nice time to get to know one another and give you confidence in my professional ability to provide a meaningful ceremony to fulfil your expectations.

  • Book

    If however you decide at our first meeting that you would like me to perform your ceremony, to secure your booking a deposit of $200 is requested. This will ensure your date is confirmed and we can then proceed with the arrangements in more detail.

What Are Your Responsibilities

  • You must be over 18 years of age
  • You are required to complete the NOTICE OF INTENDED MARRIAGE form. The NOIM form can be downloaded from www.ag.gov.au/marriageforms I can forward them to you.
  • You must produce either your Birth Certificate or Passport and your Drivers Licence or similar for photo identification.
  • If born overseas you will need your Birth Certificate or current Passport.
  • If previously married, original Decree Absolute papers.
  • If you are widowed a Death Certificate.
  • Your wedding ceremony must be witnessed by two (2) people on the day over the age of 18 years to sign the Marriage Register and Certificates.
  • Once your wedding date has been confirmed a booking fee of $200 is payable. This will ensure you date is confirmed and we can then proceed with the arrangements in more detail.

What are my responsibilities as your celebrant

It is my responsibility in accordance with standards set by the Attorney Generals Department and The Marriage Act 1961 to prepare all the legal paperwork associated with your marriage.


As a civil celebrant we are also governed by a Code of Practice to deliver a professional and meaningful service to solemnise your marriage and a commitment to create a ceremony to compliment your individual personalities and especially your love for each other.


Once your ceremony date has been confirmed, a NOTICE OF INTENDED MARRIAGE must be completed no less than one (1) prior to the ceremony and no more than eighteen (18) months prior to your ceremony.

For further information, advice and a friendly chat