A marriage can take place in:-•a Register Office•a church of the Church of England, Church in Wales, Church of Ireland, Presbyterian or Roman Catholic Church in N.
Ireland•a synagogue or any other private place if both partners are Jewish•any other religious building provided that the person marrying the couple is registered by the Registrar General•premises approved by the local authority•a place where one partner is seriously ill and not expected to recover•the home of one of the partners if the partner is housebound, for example, has serious disabilities or is agoraphobic•a hospital, if one of the partners is unable to leave or is detained there as a psychiatric inpatient•a prison, if one partner is a prisoner.
Before the Wedding takes place Brides have 'Hen' nights and bridegrooms have 'Stag' parties (similar to bachelor/bachelorette parties).
For couples getting married in a church, 'banns' announcing the proposed wedding are read aloud in the church three Sundays before the wedding.
It is traditional for the Best Man, Brides Father and the Groom to give a speech at the wedding reception.
Wedding Cake It is traditional at weddings to have a special wedding cake at the reception, often with two or more tiers - each tier may be made of a different type of cake to satisfy the tastes of all your wedding guests.
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Marriages today The trend nowadays is to marry later.
Many couples are living together first for all sorts of reasons such as finance. Weddings Over half the weddings in the UK take place in local register offices and the rest are religious ceremonies of one kind or another.
It's also customary for the top tier of a three or four tier cake to be kept aside for the christening of the couples first child.