• Wedding Ceremonies

    Wedding Ceremonies

    "​As your celebrant, my approach is to ensure your ceremony is creative, stylish and most importantly it embraces the moment when you begin your journey together as a married couple."
  • Naming Ceremonies

    Naming Ceremonies

    A Name Giving Ceremony has long been the rite which society has used to welcome a child into the family, to the wider family of their relatives, and to the community of their friends
  • Renewal of Vows

    Renewal of Vows

    Renewal of Vows Ceremonies symbolise an ongoing commitment to each other as well as a pledge of your love.
  • Commitment Ceremony

    Commitment Ceremony

    Commitment ceremonies are available to couples who wish to make a special commitment to each other, and wish to publicly declare their promise in front of family and friends.
  • Funerals & Memorials

    Funerals & Memorials

    As a Funeral celebrant I can help you to create a meaningful, memorable, fitting end of life tribute, whether your loved one was religious, secular, spiritual or interfaith or if they wish to simply express themselves in a manner of their own choosing.

Nowra Marriage Celebrant and Personalised Ceremonies

About All Ceremonies

“G’day and Thank You” for visiting my site and allowing me to introduce myself and my services to you.

My name is Paul, and I have been a Celebrant for over 20 years. I understand the importance of having a personalised ceremony, whether it is a wedding or saying goodbye to a loved one. My style is relaxed, easy going and friendly. I also conduct Renewal of Vows, Name Givings and Commitment Ceremonies.

So for a personalised, special and memorable ceremony why not fill in the enquiry form, skype, email or call me so I can become more than just the celebrant I can become a friend. We can meet for coffee (my shout) and we can plan your ceremony to have some laughs, tears and above all a day to remember.Read More →



For a full list of services and to find out more information, please see below.

Wedding Ceremonies
Naming Ceremonies
Renewal of Vows
Funerals & Memorials

Where do we start?

  1. 1
    Contact Me
    Get a quote online or phone 0407 782 909
  2. 2
    Make a Booking
    Book your wedding (weekday/weeknight/weekend) or arrange a no obligation meeting anytime. If we cannot meet, we can do it all by phone/email/mail
  3. 3
    Complete a NOIM Form
    You must complete a ‘Notice of Intended Marriage’ Form. Get a copy from the Resources section on my website.
  4. 4
    Send NOIM Form
    Send me the Notice anytime from 18 months ahead.

    – The deadline for receipt of the Notice for elopements/marriages at short notice is one month beforehand.
    – Show me your birth certificates plus photo ID else your passports.
    – If divorced, show your divorce certificate.
    – If widowed, show your late spouse’s death certificate.
    – There must be two witnesses to the wedding.
    – If you need to obtain a birth certificate, please log onto the Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages by clicking here.
    – If you need to obtain a divorce certificate, please contact the Family Law Court by phoning 1300 352 000 or emailing enquiries@familylawcourts.gov.au.
    (Original documents are required, not photocopies)

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14 Mar 2016
March 14, 2016


Delivering high output power the MA 705 Portable PA that I have has set a benchmark for performance in Portable Public Address. Portable, compact and powerful this popular unit is ideal for many applications such as: Schools / Sporting functions / Celebrants / Health and fitness clubs / Indoor and outdoor seminars / Conferences / Lecture.. read more →

21 Jan 2016
January 21, 2016


So lovely hearing back from couples that I’ve done the wedding for and getting great feedback. So when Michelle emailed this testimonial and mentioned my whole family it was extra special. Michelle Slade 5star ‘ The only other man you will need at your wedding besides your husband-to-be is me’ … And these were the.. read more →

19 Jan 2016
January 19, 2016

Good Luck and Bad Luck Wedding Trivia

1. Brides, tuck a sugar cube into your glove — according to Greek culture, the sugar will sweeten your union. 2. The English believe a spider found in a wedding dress means good luck. 3. In English tradition, Wednesday is considered the “best day” to marry, although Monday is for wealth and Tuesday is for.. read more →

12 Jan 2016
January 12, 2016

10 Reasons to Get Married in Winter

During the colder months of winter, weddings become less popular. But apart from a minor drop in temperature there’s little reason to avoid a winter wedding. Here we give you ten great reasons why you should get married in winter. Less chance of rain. One of the biggest fears brides face is rain on their.. read more →