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Thank you for trusting me to make your ceremony great… I can’t wait for it!!
Our next step is to get all your paperwork organised and for me to gather a greater idea about what you envisage on your day.

The form you’re about to fill out will help me organise the legal documents; Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM), Declaration of No Legal Impediment to Marriage and the Marriage Certificate. While all Melbourne celebrants need to be given the NOIM one calendar month before hand, I’ll pre-fill all these documents for you from here.

You can also book me as your wedding reception MC if you haven’t already so I can make sure the relaxed atmosphere continues for the whole day.

Admittedly the form you’re about to fill in may take a few minutes, my suggestion:

Grab a drink and let’s get started!!

Time to make this official!!!

Party 1

Include Unit/Street Number, Suburb, State/Province, Country, Postcode/Zip
If born in Australia – Insert city or town, and State or Territory; if born outside Australia – Insert city or town and country
Please note in ‘Years’ and ‘Months’
If not known, write “unknown”. If deceased, add “deceased”
If not known, write “unknown”. If deceased, add “deceased”
If not known, write “unknown”
If not known, write “unknown”

If you have been previously married, please continue or begin the next Party’s questions down below

Whether now living or deceased.
Insert “death”, “divorce” or ‘nullity”

Party 2

Include Unit/Street Number, Suburb, State/Province, Country, Postcode/Zip
If born in Australia – Insert city or town, and State or Territory; if born outside Australia – Insert city or town and country
Please note in ‘Years’ and ‘Months’
If not known, write “unknown”. If deceased, add “deceased”
If not known, write “unknown”. If deceased, add “deceased”
If not known, write “unknown”
If not known, write “unknown”

If you have been previously married, please continue or begin the next Party’s questions down below

Whether now living or deceased.
Insert “death”, “divorce” or ‘nullity”
This following one is a legitimate question

Before you submit this form, please go over your answers to check you have answered all required fields marked with an asterix *. Thank you.

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