A renewal of vows ceremony is a great way to celebrate your marriage. You can renew your vows at any stage of married life, or as a way to commemorate a special anniversary, such as making it to 5, 10, 25, 50 years or anytime in between. A renewal of vows ceremony is also a great way to celebrate with family and friends after a marriage abroad.
At the ceremony you'll exchange vows, recalling what you said when you were first married, or you could choose your own new ones. This is an opportunity for both of you to really think about how you feel about your relationship, especially if the last time you exchanged vows was decades ago. After you've both spoken, you can exchange rings. These can be your original bands or new rings purchased expressly for the renewal (a great time to upgrade those bands, if you want to). Children, close relatives and special friends can do readings, and you can have meaningful music playing, just as you would at a marriage ceremony.
A celebrant from the Registration Service can conduct your ceremony at any venue that is listed on our website, and will be happy to assist you in the lead up to the occasion. If you wish for the ceremony to take place at a venue that isn’t listed, contact the registrars for advice.
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