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Personal Wedding Ceremonies and Baby Naming Celebrations in London, Cambridge, Suffolk and Birmingham

A destination wedding? What about a blessing back home?


Are you having a destination wedding? Following on from my last article about getting married outside in the British weather, I can utterly see why some people feel the need to get all continental and go abroad for the wedding.  One comment I hear regularly is that the friends and family back home who can’t have a holiday along with you at your dream destination feel left out.

What about two weddings?  A destination wedding for just you two, or just the people you want to take with you.  A ceremony when you get home for the people who will be welcoming you back?

It’s not as expensive as you think – as a celebrant led ceremony can take place anywhere, you can retake your vows in your own garden before the party or perhaps in front of your guests in your favourite restaurant.  You don’t have to take an expensive wedding package, which leaves you with more to spend later.  You don’t even need another outfit – a perfect excuse to wear the dress again.

You can use the same words as you used the fist time or have a whole new set.  Whatever you fancy.

What about if you got married years ago, either at home or away,  and want to renew your vows?  The same applies.  Any venue, any time, for the very best of reasons.

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This entry was posted on 12 October 2011 by in Birmingham Celebrant, Cambridge Celebrant, London Celebrant, Uncategorized, Wedding.
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