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Australia’s First Marriage Celebrant Couple on a Mission to End Boring Wedding Ceremonies

Marry Us Gary & Marry Us Georgie 3 mins read
Marry Us Georgie and Marry Us Gary (photo - Idlewild Photography)

Northern Beaches, Australia – 27th November 2023

Gary Clementson and Georgie Scott, Australia's first married celebrants are raising the bar for wedding ceremonies across the country. The Northern Beaches dynamic duo, known for their performance as a couple on the hit soap opera Home & Away, have taken their talent for storytelling and entertainment to the world of weddings. By creating heartfelt experiences that leave wedding guests raving Marry Us Gary has become one of the nation's most sought-after marriage celebrant services and wedding MCs. 

The love story of Gary and Georgie began perhaps auspiciously, at an engagement party where their paths crossed, setting the stage for an epic partnership. Their wedding was filled with joy and laughter, an experience they now seek to create for others. 

While the newlyweds were shooting episodes of Home and Away, in the Flinders Ranges, actor and electrician Gary decided to start his business Marry Us Gary. He had loved his wedding so much he downed his tools and became a marriage celebrant.

Trained at the National Institute of Performing Arts (NIDA) Gary’s acting skills made him an instant hit. Gary reflects “I went to so many friends' weddings that had boring ceremonies, and I thought I can make this way more fun!”. With over 100 5-star Google reviews, Gary is known for his laid-back vibe, humour, electric energy and ability to create an atmosphere that makes that special day truly unforgettable.

When Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) trained actor Georgie,
saw how much fun Gary was having as a celebrant and MC she decided to follow suit. She put her acting skills to work as a marriage celebrant, starting Marry Us Georgie. Georgie is known for going above and beyond to deliver heartfelt, charming ceremonies. 

A Fun-filled Ceremony, That’s All About You

When entrusting Gary or Georgie with their big day, couples can expect to feel at ease from the very first moment. True professionals, Gary and Georgie guide couples through the whole wedding experience so they can relax knowing everything is taken care of.

Understanding the importance of a good story, Gary and Georgie ask the right questions to get to the heart of each couple’s story. They then use their storytelling skills to deliver a touching, entertaining ceremony that’s so bang on, guests may mistakenly think Gary or Georgie have known the couple for years! 

For an easy-going, stress-free ceremony that perfectly represents your unique love story visit
Marry Us Gary or Marry Us Georgie today.

Tips to Make The Wedding Day a Success

To help couples plan their perfect day Gary and Georgie have launched their own
Youtube Channel. Here they share valuable insights into the world of weddings and share their tips to make the day run smoothly. 

For those taking on the MC or celebrant role, Gary has created the website Wedding Officiant Help Desk. After working hundreds of weddings, he’s seen the good, the torturous and the downright embarrassing. Wedding Officiant Help Desk has all the guidance needed to help turn the friend MC into a star performer. 

Key Facts:

Northern Beaches actors Gary Clementson and Georgie Scott have become Australia’s first marriage celebrant couple, raising the bar for wedding ceremonies across the country. They draw on their dramatic training to create heartfelt, memorable wedding experiences. To have Gary or Georgie for your special day visit or and secure your spot before they book out for 2024.

The couple have launched a
Wedding Youtube Channel to share exclusive wedding venue tours and tips. If you’re planning a wedding you won’t want to miss their do’s and don’ts to make your big day run smoothly. 

For the friend or relative selected to be the celebrant or wedding MC - Gary provides all the advice needed to make the event a triumphant success. Get his essential planning advice and free Wedding MC Starter Kit.

About us:

Hi, we’re Gary Clementson & Georgie Scott, Australia’s first husband and wife marriage celebrants, living on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. 

We help create fun, entertaining and heartfelt weddings across NSW and beyond. 

While we were shooting together on Home and Away, actor/sparkie Gary had the stroke of genius to start his own business Marry Us Gary. 

Trained at the National Institute of Performing Arts (NIDA) Gary’s acting skills made him an instant hit as a marriage celebrant. He’s now become one of Australia’s most sought-after marriage celebrants and wedding MCs. 

In 2023, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) trained actor Georgie joined the fun, with Marry Us Georgie. Georgie is also a Reformer Pilates instructor at Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

Contact details:

Gary Clementson




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