A religious wedding ceremony is a beautiful way to bind the love you have with your partner and with your faith. A church wedding could refer to a number of different religious practises including Christian, Catholic and Church of England. The type of religious wedding ceremony you have depends on your faith and parish.
Here in the UK we are fortunate enough to be able to get married 24/7. Meaning we can legally marry any day, any time, including getting married at night. Although it wasn’t always this way.
The wedding ceremony sits at the very heart of your special day. So you’ve opted for a civil service. How can you imbue a civil wedding ceremony with the sense of tradition and meaning that comes as part and parcel of a conventional religious service?
For couples who hate extravagant and formal affairs, why not host your very own barn wedding at one of these gorgeous Essex venues?
A vibrant city rich in history, Bristol offers a plethora of wedding venue options from traditional manor houses to stately homes. Neighbouring the Cotswolds and the beautiful World Heritage Site of Bath, it’s unsurprising to hear Bristol offers some fabulous manor house wedding venues, jam-packed with history and rolling views of the countryside.