Kylie McIntosh

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My name is Kylie McIntosh and given the honour, I look forward to helping you plan one of the most important and exciting moments of your lives together.

My calming demeanour and genuine friendly nature will help put you at ease not only during your wedding ceremony, but throughout the whole planning process. Most couples book me for my laid back, fun and friendly approach to weddings. Always professional, always warm. I bring an amazing vibe to my weddings that couples and their guests really appreciate.

I have been in the Wedding Industry for 20 years in various roles from Wedding Planning and Co-ordination to Banquet Event Management, and also the glamour side of weddings as a Décor Stylist. I have also authored a published book on the subject and I speak Japanese.

Throughout the years I have held myself to a high standard with a professional and kind approach to ensure couples wedding celebration is flawless and happy. That I would progress to becoming a celebrant myself seemed to be natural and very fitting.

I have the knowledge and skills to prepare and deliver an outstanding wedding ceremony that reflects your personalities, and I hope to delight you and your guests with memories that will last a lifetime.

Kylie’s Fee

Wedding Package: Included | Elopement Package: Included | Reaffirmation bookings: Included (Up to 15 people in attendance)

How do I book my celebrant?

For more information or to request availability of a particular Celebrant or Religious Officiator, please contact your wedding coordinator.

What happens if my celebrant needs to stay on the island overnight?

In the case that your ceremony time requires that your celebrant or officiator will miss the last transfer back to the mainland, they will be required to stay on the island overnight. In these cases, any accommodation and overnight costs will be payable by you.

What do I have to do to be legally married in Australia?

For information regarding what you need to do to be legally married in Australia, click here.