Dream Wedding Venues now available through Registry Micro Weddings

NSW Register of Births Deaths and Marriages

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get married in some of the state’s most desirable and romantic locations is now available to book through NSW’s new exclusive micro-wedding service, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages.

NSW Registrar Amanda Ianna said the registry is partnering with some of the most iconic venues in Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong on a special micro-wedding series of events to bring these dream locations to couples at a fraction of the usual cost.

“Couples will have the opportunity to get married in a dream wedding location that is beautifully designed to make it a memorable and affordable day,” said Ms. Ianna.

“In addition to the perfect location, micro-weddings offer couples the opportunity to create their dream wedding by choosing a range of add-ons based on their budget and preferences.

“Booking through the registry means all of the hard work has been put into making it more fun and easy to organize wedding experiences.”

With an average Australian wedding of $ 36,000, micro-weddings offer couples the opportunity to celebrate the wedding of their dreams on a smaller, more intimate scale, and also provide an opportunity to start their life together on the right financial footing.

The register will publish four thematic collections of micro-wedding venues from July 2021 to June 2022. These themes are city, coast, heritage and country.

The first “City” collection of venues is available for booking now and will take place July through September at locations such as the Sydney Harbor Bridge Climb, Pullman Grand Circular Quay, Old Clare in Chippendale, Vaucluse House and the Chinese Garden of Friendship in London instead of darling harbor.

Bookings for coastal venues will be published in May and will take place between October 2021 and January 2022. Venues include Bondi Icebergs, the Clovelly Surf Club, and Newcastle’s Mereweather Surf House to name a few.

Ms. Ianna said the micro-wedding locations will have limited availability and the registry will have package styles for all seasons and tastes.

“Whether you’re adventurous and want to get married to a violinist on Sydney Harbor Bridge or get married on one of Sydney’s largest docks, there is an option for everyone,” said Ms. Ianna.

“Last year more than 2,585 weddings were held by one of our celebrants in our registry wedding rooms, and the new micro wedding venues offer couples more options in where the ceremony takes place.

“The registration rooms and ongoing off-site venues such as Old Wollongong Court House, Manly Surf Club and handpicked wine cellars will continue to be popular wedding choices, but we can now offer these exclusive one-time micro-wedding venues to make your day happen can make them more special. “

A micro-wedding through the registry can include all of the traditional wedding requirements, such as: B. Reception packages for food and drink, accommodation, photo packages, bouquet of flowers and buttonholes.

All legal requirements are also taken into account, including the wedding ceremony, booking the celebrant and venue, submitting the letter of intent to enter into marriage, and a standard and memorial wedding certificate.

Availability at each venue is limited and based on booking.

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