Unique wedding ceremonies using Celebrants

A legal marriage or civil partnership has to take place in a Register Office or approved venue and be conducted by Local Authority members of staff.

However if you’d like to have a wedding ceremony in a unique location that isn’t licenced for ceremonies, you can use a Celebrant to perform a bespoke celebratory ceremony. The ceremony can be tailored to suit you, designed to celebrate your day the way you wish it to be celebrated, written with you and your partner at the very heart of it.

If you are having your wedding in Cornwall or Devon then get in touch with the Cornish Celebrant’s for a beautiful ceremony.

You have a vast choice in Cornwall and Devon, from romantic remote coves to surfing beaches, woodland glades to open moorland, spectacular rocky headlands to cosy hotels, the choice is unlimited.

You can also choose to have a ‘Hand fastening‘ or a ‘Sand Ceremony’.

You will then need to have an ‘legal’ ceremony at a registry office to legalise the wedding. Most towns have a court room to do this, our hometown, St Ives does legal ceremonies in the Guildhall.

Other celebrants:

Zena Birch

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