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Celebrants Finding the right celebrant, whose personality and outlook is perfect for you and your fiancÚ, is important. Every celebrant can offer you something different for your 'walk down the aisle', so browse our web site to find your ideal marriage celebrant.

Of course you would like to have a calm and stress free marriage ceremony to set the mood for your whole celebratory day, and the right celebrant is crucial to this.

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Rose Celebrants in your local area

Browse our celebrants in your local area, maybe view a photo, and see what they have to say and offer you for your own special ceremony. They can also advise the legal requirements of your marriage, timeframes, and requirements for the lodgment of your marriage documents.

Rose Celebrants are Government Appointed

Marriage Celebrants are appointed by the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department and are committed to abide by a strict Code of Practice.

Please go to the Australian Government Attorney-Generals Department for full details on the requirements of getting married in Australia, however below is some key legal requirements to be considered:
  • Only an authorised celebrant can legally perform your marriage.
  • Before you are married - a completed Notice of Intended Marriage form must be given to your celebrant at least one month before the wedding.
  • After you are married - on the day of your wedding, you will sign three marriage certificates. Your celebrant will give you one of the certificates as a record of your marriage.
Your celebrant must register your marriage with the registry of births, deaths and marriages in the state or territory it took place within fourteen days. The certificate issued by the registry of births, deaths and marriages is required for many official purposes. You should apply for a copy of this certificate from the registry after your wedding.

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