Occasionally, if there is a very special family member or friend that couples might wish to take a lead role in performing their wedding ceremony, a Co-officiated wedding might be what you need. He or she may be a minister, rabbi or other clerical person from another country - or just someone without the legal authority to conduct a wedding ceremony in South Africa.

I can help you to achieve your dream through a creative co-officiation of the ceremony. I will guide you through the additional complexities involved so that you and your guests will experience exactly what you want - while I ensure that all of the legal requirements are met.

Another reason for Co-officiation may be cultural. I have co-officiated at Muslem, Jewish, Greek and Hindu weddings, Inter-cultural weddings, Interfaith weddings and Handfastings. Often a Muslem or Hindu wedding is followed by a civil wedding - more drama and expense. I can easily and seamlessly incorporate the legalities required in South Africa into one ceremony.

A preliminary meeting is desirable, where you - as a couple - come and spend an hour with me to discuss your requirements, and to see if we are compatible. I may also want to meet the co-officiant at this time.

Includes limited email and telephone consultation. I also take care of filing of marriage documents at Home Affairs, and issue a South African Marriage Certificate to you on the day.

Starting at R2200 (Monday - Thursday), R2800 (Friday and Saturday), or R3200 (Sundays and public holidays) + travel (see Booking Form for travel costs).