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Weddings

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The legal bit...for your marriage to be legally binding you will either need to attend a registry office or ask a registrant to be present at your wedding ceremony (they will only attend at a licensed venue). 

More info can be found via 

https://www.gov.uk/marriages-civil-partnerships

Follow this LINK to understand more about the difference between a celebrant and a registrar.

Weddings

 Just like you I want your Wedding Day to be incredibly unique, lots of fun and full of special moments and memories. The beauty of a celebrant-led wedding is that I don't offer an off-the-shelf ceremony, I tailor your day to be exactly what you want it to be.  I'm not bound by legal or religious wording and your ceremony can be held absolutely anywhere you choose - in a wood, on a beach, in your garden, at your favourite pub. Whatever words, emotions, themes or sentiment you want to express can be woven into your special wedding ceremony. I cannot legally 'marry' you, that needs a quick trip to the registry office with two witnesses - but I can write you a ceremony that will live long in yours and your guests' memories. Follow this LINK to understand more about the difference between a celebrant and a registrar.

At Silver Hare Celebrations I want to really get to know you and hear your story.  Only then can I tailor a wedding ceremony that reflects your personalities and expresses exactly who you both are.  You have full control over your music, your readings and poems, and the most important part of the whole ceremony, the vows.

I can also weave special elements into your wedding such as a hand-fasting or unity ceremony, certificate signing or bouquet creation.  Even your pets can get in on the action, I know how important they are to you. Whatever your ideas, we can work together to blend them into your wedding day.

Words and music can give the ceremony its soul. Special elements provide the heart.  And you bring the love.

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'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'

Freddie Mercury 1979

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