Dannielle Raffin

-Marriage Celebrant-


Why Do You Need A Marriage Celebrant?


A Marriage Celebrant is someone who conducts formal ceremonies in the community, particularly weddings. Officiating a marriage requires that the celebrant be an authorised marriage celebrant under Australian law.

Once two people have decided to spend the rest of their lives together, it is normal for them to celebrate by getting married. Hiring a Celebrant in lieu of a religious leader is a popular alternative in Australia for those seeking non-religious, personalised ceremonies.

Basically, you need a Marriage Celebrant to fill in all the legal paperwork, design your ceremony and perform your wedding. They are one of the most important things to tick off on your wedding checklist (besides the dress, of course!).

Rosella Celebrant is based in Kingaroy, Queensland, and locally owned by Dannielle Raffin. I would love to meet with you to discuss your needs and expectations, and to write and facilitate a ceremony tailored to your personal tastes.


About Me

Raised in the South Burnett, I have made a life here with my husband, children, and dogs. I am passionate and proud to marry people in and around our beautiful community.

I like to describe myself as fun, easy-going and relaxed, but in an organised way. I enjoy creating a ceremony tailored to your specific personalities.

My friends and family describe me as calming, honest and approachable. I believe in true love and creating the perfect celebration to suit your magical day. I do not discriminate--love is love <3

I am more than happy to travel within the South Burnett, so you can choose a location that best suits you and the ceremony you wish to have. I will spend as much time with you as you require to create a ceremony that is uniquely yours.

I have been awarded Top 5 in the Southern Queensland Wedding Industry Awards 3 years in a row.



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Authorised Marriage Celebrant, Civil Ceremonies
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