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Old 05-23-2020, 09:51 AM
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Marriage day with no witnesses

G’Day everyone;
A week ago I arrived to Australia and was put into 2 weeks quarantine, got a bit of time to think and do some re-planning. I and my fiance considering to reschedule our marriage day - to move it from September 2020 to June 2020, possibly July. We want to get married first, and then later on to celebrate it with our friends. If we move the date to June/ July, we aren’t sure will our witnesses be able to attend our event or not. My question is, is it possible to get married without having witnesses? Or maybe a celebrant can supply with witnesses? We haven’t talked to our celebrant yet, just curious if someone was in the same situation


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Old 05-23-2020, 10:16 AM
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G’Day everyone;
A week ago I arrived to Australia and was put into 2 weeks quarantine, got a bit of time to think and do some re-planning. I and my fiance considering to reschedule our marriage day - to move it from September 2020 to June 2020, possibly July. We want to get married first, and then later on to celebrate it with our friends. If we move the date to June/ July, we aren’t sure will our witnesses be able to attend our event or not. My question is, is it possible to get married without having witnesses? Or maybe a celebrant can supply with witnesses? We haven’t talked to our celebrant yet, just curious if someone was in the same situation
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GíDay everyone;
A week ago I arrived to Australia and was put into 2 weeks quarantine, got a bit of time to think and do some re-planning. I and my fiance considering to reschedule our marriage day - to move it from September 2020 to June 2020, possibly July. We want to get married first, and then later on to celebrate it with our friends. If we move the date to June/ July, we arenít sure will our witnesses be able to attend our event or not. My question is, is it possible to get married without having witnesses? Or maybe a celebrant can supply with witnesses? We havenít talked to our celebrant yet, just curious if someone was in the same situation
A celebrant can provide witnesses if required.

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