We offer you a simple and intimate wedding, anytime, anywhere around Melbourne that suits you.
You can get married in our lovely office chapel on queens rd melbourne, opposite albert park lake.
The office chapel is set up with beautiful floral displays and has a red carpet, black Bentwood chairs and a lovely spiral staircase for photos.
You are welcome to make an appointment to view the chapel before making your decision. We can also witness the legal paperwork at the same time if needed. The online calendar is on this page.
The chapel will hold around 20-25 people comfortably, with 8 seated and the remaining guests standing.
The chapel is available 7 days per week, from 9am - 9pm. (Viewing by appointment please so you do not walk into a wedding. The viewing booking calendar is on this page)
We are an alternative to the Government Registry Office and our couples love that we are able to offer you so much more, be it the time of day for the ceremony or even the things you would like included in your ceremony. In many instances we are even cheaper than the Government Registry Office, yet our services can be so much more personal. All of our services are legally conducted with fully qualified celebrants.
We are especially happy to be able to conduct weddings for everyone, whether you want to a Mr & Mrs or a Mr & Mr, or a Mrs & Mrs.
As we work with some amazing celebrants all over Melbourne, we have access to hundreds of celebrants based in Melbourne Metro, Mornington Peninsula, Mt Dandenong and the Yarra Valley, everywhere around Melbourne. We have your choice of either a male or female celebrant. On busy weekends, especially the busy wedding months of March and November your choice of a male or female may not be available but we will always have a celebrant for you. You just choose the date and time and we will have you married in a lovely intimate ceremony or a short legals only ceremony.
We ensure you will always have a celebrant for your chosen date and we choose for you, the best celebrant, it takes all the stress away for you.
After payment has been made, (credit cards accepted), we then send you a questionnaire and can add your personal story about how you met or add personal vows, or choose from the selection available.
You only have to give one months notice to be married and we ensure that you will have a celebrant when and where you want.
You MUST complete the Notice of Intended Marriage form and have it witnessed by us or at a police station. WE MUST RECEIVE THIS FORM A MINIMUM OF ONE MONTH BEFORE YOU WISH TO BE MARRIED. CLICK HERE FOR THE FORM. You can make a quick and easy appointment with us to complete it, OR have it witnessed at the police station and then electronically send it to us and the waiting period commences. You do not have to pay anything at this point but it starts the process to enable you to be married.
Monday - Friday (excl public holidays)
At our office chapel $295
At your Home/venue $395
At a park, beach etc $495
Saturday-Sunday (excl public holidays)
At our office chapel $395
At your Home/venue $495
At a park, beach, etc $595
Public Holiday Surcharge $300
Additional surcharges apply for areas outside of Melbourne, for example Daylesford, and are discussed on an individual basis.
So the 3 easy steps to be married are:
Step 1: Complete the Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) and have it witnessed with us or at a police station or Doctor. (NOT a chemist. The form gives examples of who can witness the form)
Step 2: Post the original NOIM to us at Registry Weddings Suite 810/1 Queens Rd Melbourne 3004. If you wish to be married ASAP scan and email the document to us and the one month waiting period commences the date the email arrives. (Or take multiple pics and text through to 0473 026 924.) Quick and easy. Then post the original NOIM to us.
Step 3: Choose your date, time, and where you want to be married and we then invoice after that.
We accept the NOIM and your booking date and time even before being paid, we do make it that easy.
Please use the booking calendar if you would like to sign your paperwork or view the chapel.
The registry style wedding is designed for when you are having something personal and intimate. Whilst it may not suit a larger scale weddings we can certainly help you with that and we can discuss this on an individual basis. Please discuss with us if you wish to include a small personal story about how you met and personal vows. We are happy to design something that suits just what you are looking for.
For information about the legal work required to be married click HERE.
Our Chapel is at Number 1 Queens Rd Melbourne. (Suite 810). Or we can conduct the ceremony at your home or elsewhere.
TEL: 0473 026 924
We can answer your questions 7 days a week 9am-9pm. Please don't hesitate to call, we are happy to help you.
BOOK A TIME TO VIEW THE CHAPEL.
If you would like to view the chapel or to sign your legal paperwork, please make a booking time that suits you the best. Bookings are essential to ensure a wedding is not interrupted.
Call us now on 0473 026 924 or use the contact form below. You can call us 7 days per week 9am-9pm
Ideas for where to hold the wedding.
Some areas/venues require a permit or fee. Speak to us about free areas
We are able to conduct the ceremony in your home or a family or friend's home which can then enable you to host them afterwards.
St Kilda Botanic Gardens
The Rose Garden at the St Kilda Botanic Gardens are beautiful and there is a lovely gazebo which makes for a great backdrop to your photos.
Imagine a small intimate ceremony in one of Australia's premier wine areas followed by lunch at the winery for your guests.
Treasury & Fitzroy Gardens
There are many spots available in these gardens, from the JFK Memorial, to the Old Bandstand, which has an undercover area as a wet weather option.
From Rosebud to Sorrento and Portsea there are some magnificent spots available on the beach or at a venue.
Use the form below to contact us regarding your wedding.
We only use qualified experienced celebrants to ensure your wedding is conducted according to the Australian Marriage Act 1961.