|Jia and Ben married in the autumn Heart Garden 6 May 16|
- Your legal marriage vows
- When does marriage legally come into effect?
- Legal name change
|The green room, set up for a small private winter wedding. Bride and groom stand in the bay window.|
If a short and simple ceremony is what you both choose, then you’ll probably only want to make legal vows of marriage, rather than adding personal pledges to each other as well.
|Michelle married James at the National|
Carillon on a sunny autumn morning
14 May 2016
|Michelle makes her vow of marriage to James|
And then, to everyone here, you can add our families and friends. Note here however that you can’t say our families and friends instead of all persons here present or the like, but you can add it in.
|Mae and Rhuanie in the winter Heart Garden. |
We had the ceremony and signing inside, in the cosy green room.
22 July 2016
The bride can take the surname of the groom, the groom can take the surname of the bride, or you can join your surnames together. The choice is yours.
|Naw Be and Eh Keh married in their|
Gungahlin home. 12 June 2016
If you love wedding photos (as I do) you may like to visit one of my collections. Here's a link to one of my archive albums. I've just revisited this album for old time's sake. Some of the images are just gorgeous. They no longer appear in blogposts.
If you would like me to be your celebrant
By the way, I've just been corresponding with Ms Rose at Polka Dot Bride (with whom I have no commercial connection). It's a great resource site, run by lovely people. I recommend it.