Massively naive post coming up!! I've been plodding along with my planning, really chilled out and happy, everything is booked and taken care of, basically just the final balances to pay and a few odds and ends to tidy (odds and ends : read Bridesmaids and Stationery!).
I was just reading in a magazine that "regardless of where you plan to wed, you must go to your local registery office and give notice". Now, this is a little tiny bit of information that I didn't know about and so far haven't done (Wedding in October) I understand that we can do it up to 14 days before the wedding (in a church). Now, other half is currently on deployment with the Army until late September and I'm about to have surgery rendering me immobile for 8 weeks at least so if we do need to, we can't until literally 2 weeks and 2 days before we get married. OR am I right in thinking that because we're marrying in a CoE church that we may not have to give it?! It's not something I've heard about before and no one's mentioned it but I'm the kinda girl that would miss a vitally important part like this!
Have you and should I?