Thursday, 17 February 2011

Wedding A-Z: C is for Ceremony

Choosing the type of wedding ceremony to have is one of the most important decisions you will make.  Forget about the dress, the beautiful flowers and the colour scheme for a moment and take some time to think about the serious commitment you are making to one another.  There are many, many options when it comes to the marriage ceremony so I have included the most popular below:

Church of England

The Church of England has its own website dedicated to weddings that will give you all the information you need to know about planning a church wedding.  See the Your Church Wedding website for more information.


Civil Ceremony

You can marry in a civil ceremony at any Register Office ceremony room or at any licensed approved premises.  For civil marriages you do not have to marry in the area in which you live.  The ceremony is conducted by a registrar.  See Getting Married in Suffolk and the Celebrate in Suffolk brochure for more information.

Please click on the links for more information about each of the above.  Unfortunately I don't have enough hours in my week to research the many different types of ceremony available and all of the detailed requirements for each one - however as soon as I have a new client it's one of the things I love learning more about.  For example: I planned a wedding for a Polish bride last September and learnt an awful lot about Polish wedding traditions! 

Contact us now if you would like to find out how Endless Love can help you plan your wedding.


Picture Credit:
St Mary at Stoke Church, Suffolk Churches
Civil Ceremony, Seckford Hall
  

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