Welcome to the home of
The Equality Celebrant
As a registered Celebrant based in Melbourne, I offer a number of services covering all of life's events at a range of prices that's kind to your pocket.
This page will get you to what you need.
From Cradle to Grave
I am the Celebrant for all of life's events
Please click on the link below to access the service you need.
If you are just starting out on your wedding journey, please read on...
But how do you start the process, what do you need to do the get the ball rolling?
The "Welcome to your wedding" ebook is a step-by-step guide to all the things you NEED to know about getting married in Australia.
The cost of a wedding ceremony can be from a crazy low 400 bucks to an insanely high tens of thousands of dollars.
And it's TOTALLY FREE
Not just FREE free, but also OBLIGATION free
The "Welcome to your wedding" ebook is a simple plain English guide to all the things you need to know, such as providing ID, waiting time, and the first steps of the "paperwork trail" you must take. In short, EVERYTHING you need to know before getting married in Australia.
Did I mention IT'S FREE?
(and here's why you need it...)
I'm a registered celebrant based in Melbourne Victoria and have officiated a large number of weddings over the years, I'm also a mentor to other celebrants, I am the one others turn to for advice.
So it was a logical step forward to create this eBook for couples who are about to embark on this journey of a lifetime together, just to make the whole "Getting Married" process a little easier.
And on the subject of making life easier, simply fill in your details below and you'll have your own copy emailed straight to your inbox.
If you're ready to go and you like what you've seen so far, then this link is the key to finding out more and getting to know each other a little better.
I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognize their continuing connection and contributions to land, waters, and culture - and that sovereignty was never ceded. I pay my respects to their elders past, present, and emerging, and to those who were not able to attain elder status.