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Couple Ceremonies
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Weddings
Civil Ceremony
Vow Renewals
Commitment Ceremonies
Anniversaries
Divorce Ceremonies
Couples Package Cost

Couples Package Includes:

Meeting to get to know you and what you want for your wedding day.  

Personalised bespoke script including two drafts. This is your own love story written to reflect your personalities showing your love for each other, allowing your family and friends to be a part of your life journey together.

A range of ideas to help you write your personalised vows and choose your

readings and music (Don't panic I can support you all the way!)

I will arrive at least an hour before the ceremony to make sure it is smooth running and stress free.

One symbolic ritual included - resources not supplied

Commemorative Certificate and keepsake copy of your script

Rehearsal attendance if required

A friendly inclusive service from start to finish!

Cost £500

Honestly, everyone in the room was laughing and crying at the beautiful story she told. Would recommend Julie again and again. Julie went above and beyond at every point of contact

Two Brides

Additional Costs

Venues over 50 miles from my office will incur a charge of 45p per mile 

 

Rehearsal venue over 50 miles from my office may incur additional mileage and accommodation costs 

 

Additional drafts - £30 per draft

Additional symbolic rituals - £30 per ritual - resources not supplied

London venues will incur a congestion and/or ULEZ charge

The legalities- Please note!

This ceremony is not a legally binding marriage. A marriage schedule needs to be carried out by a registrar for a fee of approximately £100 at a registry office. Have a look at the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/marriages-civil-partnerships/plan-your-ceremony

 

What's the difference between a Registrar and a Celebrant?

A registrar has a set script and does not make it personal to you whereas with a  celebrant it is your choice of venue, script, music, readings, who can join in  and of course vows. You have the ceremony you want everyone to remember not one where  people are waiting for it to come to an end.

Just as birth and death registrations are not completed on the actual day, neither does the marriage have to take place on the same day as your wedding.