Wedding Celebrant wearing Auguste the Label

Hi, hello! I’m Meg.

I’m a young marriage celebrant with a huge smile who loves everything about weddings. I’m grateful that you’ve found your way to Aisle & Row.

Lover of Love
I believe love, in all forms, is worth celebrating.

Story Teller
I ensure a relaxed, fun and vibrant atmosphere and weave a story so that my couples can make memories worth telling again and again.

Ceremony Curator
The right celebrant will tailor your ceremony to complement your unique personalities, ceremony vibe and vision.

Let the fun begin.


Why use Aisle & Row?

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How did you meet?
It truly is an incredible experience to find out how two people came to be together. I’d like to hear your love story in all its wild and wonderful detail so I can incorporate this into the ceremony to ensure it is a true reflection of your relationship journey.

It’s all about you!
I’m not interested in bringing the attention of your guests onto myself. This is your day and will remain that way.

All you need is love (and a few other things)
I have everything you need including a sensational sound system, all of the up to date accreditation and legal know how and an excellent attitude and work ethic to make the lead up to the nuptials as seamless and stress-free as possible.


Summergrove Estate Wedding Venue with Gold Coast Celebrant Meg Sippel

What is a Marriage Celebrant?

A marriage celebrant is the person who greets, introduces the couple and leads your ceremony. It’s a big job and one that I take so much pleasure in. In other countries that person is called an officiant, or if the ceremony was religious in nature, they often referred to as priest or a minister. In Australia a celebrant is a person that is appointed by the Attorney General’s department to legally marry people according to the law.

The celebrant is the first person who speaks at the event and essentially sets the scene, mood and vibe for the day… no pressure!


Photography on this page by Joey Willis and Tom Judson Photography