If you are in the process of planning your wedding, then it’s fair to assume...
Here on the blog I am very proud of the wide readership I have. The blog is read all over the world, obviously a large part of the readership is in the UK but also a large proportion spread across the US and Australia. So today I am looking at weddings in NSW (New South Wales in southeastern Australia) When you get married in a different country there are always going to be different laws and rules to follow, so today I am going to talk you through what you should know about when getting married in a NSW Marriage Registry.
Getting married is a dream for many! As you plan to get married, there are different types of weddings that you can choose from. You can have a wedding under the NSW Marriage Registry office, a church wedding, or a kind of wedding where you look for your officiant.
With the marriage registry in NSW, you can guarantee that you’ll be saving plenty of bucks as the ceremony and the venue come in a bundle. You can compare the prices with planning for your own wedding by arranging for the ceremony venue, wherein you need to look for different suppliers and services.
The marriage registry in NSW requires a strict process that you should follow to get married on your scheduled time and date, and allow for a smooth wedding event.
Before you’re allowed to get married through a registry wedding in NSW, you need to provide your proof of identity, enabling the office to see if you and your partner are qualified to get married. Listed below are the things that you should provide:
If either one of you and your partner has been previously married, you should also provide:
It’s essential that you provide original copies to the registry office to validate your documents. Along with this, if your documents aren’t in English, you should hire a qualified interpreter to translate them.
The weather out there is still very cold, as we long for spring to come and bring us the gloriousness that is summer, we still have a few more weeks/months of cold weather and by the looks of it more snow to come over the next few days here in the UK. So what more perfect time to share this super snowy styled shoot with you. The shoot took place on 21st November 2019 in Breckenridge, Colorado.The shoot started off as an ode to autumn, but was quickly changed when the weather turned and instead the suppliers worked super fast to turn it into this magical winter wonderland. If you are planning a winter elopement, or a micro wedding then this shoot is just for you! Big thanks to Meraki Wedding Photographer and her wonderful team of suppliers for the fabulous shoot.
Well done for reaching the middle of the week, it may only be Wednesday but that means we are closer to the weekend than we were yesterday! To bring you some much needed cheer I have this bright and beautiful wedding, full of fun and colour and so much happiness. Haiden and Joshua were married on 19th October 2019 at Pleasant Hope in Missouri. The Couple bring so much fun and laughter to their day, coupled with the most gorgeous bright flowers and stunning paper wheel arch. The colours in this wedding against the black bridesmaids dresses really pop, it’s so striking, I just love it! Big thanks to photographer Hannah Arnzen Photography for the lovely images and Unions With Celia for submitting the wedding to me.
As we head into Tuesday I am sharing with you one of my favourite styled shoots for a long time. Due to Covid I feel this is the year of the micro wedding. This means you can go big and flamboyant and use up your wedding budget on THE most amazing decoration, while feeding your guests THE most amazing food, or you can keep it simple and refined. This shoot combines a bit of both. A modern micro wedding, set in an industrial location, with the most amazing ceremony arch! The shoot took place earlier this month in Baltimore, Maryland in the US but I have to say the real stars of the shoot are Will and Dre our very handsome two grooms. The joy that these two bring to the shoot is unbounding. Their smiles are infectious, their sense of style is limitless and they bring a real energy to the photos. I live for love and seeing so much in one shoot make my heart sing. I hope you love the shoot as much as I do. Big thanks to Megapixels Media for the amazing photos.
Well hello everyone and how are you all this fine Monday morning? How was your weekend? Did you have snow where you are? We didn’t get any here in Sheffield, but I’m sure it is on it’s way soon. My weekend involved a trip to the park, making chocolate muffins, lots of wine and a long walk. I cannot wait till we are back to normal; out for day trips, seeing friends and family and having lots of fun. But until then I have a weeks worth of fabulous weddings to share with you, starting with this beauty. Johanna and Dan were married in Barcelona. Johanna is Swedish and Dan is from Britain, so this destination wedding was perfect for them. The whole day is super laid back with a gorgeous outdoor garden ceremony, vegan wedding breakfast and a fun filled reception, celebrating many Swedish wedding traditions. The wedding was planned by Christine from Pearl Sandals who sent me the submission and photographed by Steve Fuller photo.