About Civil Ceremony License Wedding Venues In East Sussex
If you are looking for wedding venues for your civil ceremony, look no further! Your English countryside wedding can be held in the beautiful East Sussex, a Shire county in South East England. Browse Hitched to discover beautiful, charming wedding venues that can accommodate your civil ceremony.
What Is A Civil Ceremony?
A civil ceremony is a marriage that is performed, recorded, and recognised by a government official. In the UK, the person performing the service is usually called a registrar. Having a civil ceremony means that your marriage can reflect your personal religious faith, or be totally secular (non-religious) in nature. Civil ceremony marriages are completely legally binding, and will usually follow the same general structure as any other wedding ceremony.
Does A Venue Need A License For A Civil Ceremony?
No matter if it is a stately manor house, a barn-style location, or a hotel, most wedding venues nowadays will have a civil ceremony license. Contact the staff at the location in order to make sure, but generally, venues will have at least one space that is able to host a civil ceremony. Hitched also has a list of venues that would be honoured to host your civil ceremony.