You’ll find all the top Marriage Officers in South Africa in the Pink Book Wedding Directory. Filter the results to only display suppliers within a selected region or province. Each vendor has a page that comprises of details and facts as well as galleries of weddings that they have officiated.
Your wedding officiant has got a couple of things to do before, on and after your official wedding day. If you want to stand in front of your friends and family with a big traditional wedding or if you just want to elope and stand on a beach, none of it is legal if not done through a marriage officer.
In this video, Ava and Simi takes you through the duties of a marriage officer:
You get officiants from all walks of life and from all races. From all genders and from all religious backgrounds. So if you would like someone to marry you from a specific denomination or a specific faith, Pink Book can definitely help you find that perfect person.
There are three types of marriages in South Africa: Civil Marriage, Civil Union & Customary Marriage. The duty of a marriage officer includes letting you know what you require as a South African citizen to get legally married and what the difference between the Marriage Act and Civil Union Act is.
It’s their job to ask you the legal questions on your wedding day during your ceremony. They will do the registration signing and they will go off to home affairs afterwards to ensure that the paperwork gets signed and approved.
Marriage Officers in South Africa
These marriage officiants conduct wedding ceremonies for couples across South Africa. And whether you need a marriage officer to perform a traditional religious ceremony, alternative unique wedding ceremony or LGBT friendly ceremony, there are great options available for you on Pink Book.
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