Do I want to spend part of my wedding day organising guests, receiving deliveries, paying suppliers and decorating tables?
What documents do we need to get married? Please go the Legal Issues page of this website to see a full list of required documents. Do we have to get married in a church? No, you can have either a civil marriage or a church marriage. You can have an Anglican or Catholic Church wedding, either at St Georges Chapel or St Paul’s Pillar. It is also possible to have a religious ceremony at some hotel locations, please ask us for details. Please note that couples who elect to have a Catholic wedding ceremony must by law also have a civil ceremony. This can take place at one of the Town Halls. A civil ceremony is not required for those couples having an Anglican Church Service. Is the ceremony in English? What ever type of wedding you choose, the ceremony will always be conducted in English. Can we choose the date and time of our wedding? Civil and church ceremonies are conducted on every week day except public holidays. It is possible to arrange a Saturday church wedding by arrangement. Angl
- I am on the organising committee for a conference and am seeking sponsorship from suppliers, some of whom may participate in the tender. Is this reasonable whilst I am a PRG member?
- Do I want to spend part of my wedding day organising guests, receiving deliveries, paying suppliers and decorating tables?
- How can someone spend 20,000 dollars on a wedding and still make the groomsmen pay for their own tuxedo rental?