Guest Daniel&Kelly

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    Guest Daniel&Kelly

    Hi everyone recently got engaged YAY WAHOO!!! ;)

     

    now to start the planning we're on a permanent visa is there anything i need to do in order to get married here?

    will it be legal in the uk?

    so many questions so if any one could help it would be great xxxx

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    Guest Trakki

    Can't help with the questions, just wanted to say congrats

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    Guest Guest75

    Congratulations!!!!!:):):)

     

    A marriage here is legal in the UK.

    Either in Church or by celebrant.

    You will just need the usual documents for ID.

    Other than that it is only if either of you have been married before in which case you will need to prove the marraige was annulled.

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    Guest Daniel&Kelly

    thanks xx

     

    dont know where to start!! not been married before

    my family will probably not becoming over or the in laws so its going to be very intimate

    anybody have any good ideas lol

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    Hi,

    Congratulations on your engagement!

     

    If you send tina&steve a message, they might be able to answer any questions you have as they got married on the beach at Glenelg last year.

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    Guest doje6863

    Congratulations!

    There must be something in the water because we are just starting to plan our wedding.

    We also probably wont have anyone coming over, so we are looking at combining it with a great holiday. We are thinking of either Bali or Fiji. That might be something that would suit you as well. Bali, especially is easier for any relatives that want to come to get to. Or you could look at the Whitsundays, but it is expensive.

    I've got a couple of links to hotels specialising in wedding both in Fiji and Bali if you want to have a look.

    Best of luck whatever you decide. :goofy:

     

    donna

     

     

    thanks xx

     

    dont know where to start!! not been married before

    my family will probably not becoming over or the in laws so its going to be very intimate

    anybody have any good ideas lol

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    We got married in the Registry Office in Grenfell Street just over 3 years ago. It's quite nice in the room they do the weddings in and it can hold up to 50 people. There were just 10 at ours which was nice.

     

    You should go to the OCBA website as it has all the legal requirements for weddings on there. Sorry I don't have the link right now cos on works puter! It's something like ocba.sa.gov.au! You have to register your intention to marry with them at least 30 days before the wedding date.

     

    Also might be of interest to some that if you are married in the UK you can be divorced in Oz - been there, done that - quite a simple process.

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    Guest tinkham_lee

    Firstly, many congratulations.

    Secondly, There is a permenant bridal expo on flinders street in the city The Australian Bridal Fair

    It may be worth going in there one day, they were very helpful and give us lots of flyers for anything wedding orientated in the Adelaide area.

    We also highly recommend Jenny and Gerrys Bridal, on Payneham road, Stepney. they were extremely helpful.

    We are getting married in March, but are now going back to England for the wedding after finding out how many people couldn't come over. Planning a wedding in England from here is much easier said than done.

     

    Good luck with it all

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    Congratulations....!!

     

    We went to first Oz wedding few weeks ago...right by the sea at Kingston Park...! was excellent!

     

    Dan

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