Covid-19 Ceremonies

Planning to marry during the Covid-19 lock down? 

For Blue Mountains and Western Sydney locations, I can provide a ceremony as long as it is conducted strictly in accordance with NSW distancing laws.

What does this mean for you?  A Notice of Intended Marriage will still need to be completed (I look after the paperwork) one month before your chosen date.  On the day of the ceremony only the couple marrying plus two witnesses are allowed to attend apart for the celebrant.  Other family members are not permitted.

What are other couples doing?  Other couples who wanted to marry on a specific date have decided to marry under the lock down laws, and plan to hold a big ceremony on their first wedding anniversary – and I will be there to provide the full ceremony then – although by law I must make it clear that they are already married and this is the ceremony they didn’t have last year.

Hoping this information helps

About Phil Timbrell NSW JP

A retired Engineering Manager with a sense of humour and a love of mathematics and British comedy. I might be the wrong side of 50 but I have the energy and drive of a 20 year old. In addition to celebrancy work I also work doing some consulting work for manufacturing companies such as Actron Air, deliver cakes for Cakesonline Australia and fly radio control aircraft in Penrith. As a retired electronics engineer I also spend many ours fine tuning my 3 different audio system for the best wedding audio you will experience.

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