Where can you get married in Nottinghamshire?

Where can you get married in Nottinghamshire?

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Holme Pierrepont Hall 110 Holme Pierrepont Hall, Holme Perrepont, Nottingham, NG12 2LD
Kelham House Country Manor Hotel 120 Main Street, Kelham, Newark, NG23 5QP
Langar Hall 50 Church Lane, Nottinghamshire, NG13 9HG
Mour Hotel 100 Lake View Drive, Sherwood Park, Nottingham, NG15 0EA

How do I find a registrar for my wedding?

You’ll find the registrars’ contact details listed on their website. You need a registrar who is local to your venue to be available for your ceremony time and date, likewise for ministers at religious weddings, although these will likely belong to the church or religious building you intend to marry at.

What happens at a statutory wedding ceremony?

The ceremony includes the exchange of the legal declarations (to be spoken after the registrar), the exchange of rings and the signing of the register. Each couple are allocated 30 minutes for the ceremony and time in the garden for photographs.

What is a statutory wedding ceremony?

A statutory marriage or civil partnership ceremony takes place on certain Tuesday mornings at 9.15am or 10am. Only two guests can be in attendance. These two guests will act as the couple’s witnesses. It is not possible for registration officers to act as witnesses, and witnesses cannot be provided for the couple.

Do you have to say vows to be legally married?

Especially if you are writing your own vows, it’s important to keep in mind that the declaration of intent is legally required to pronounce you married. The vows are comprised of promises, but the declaration typically follows right after the vows.

Can you hire witnesses for a wedding?

If you’re having any guests at your wedding – anyone at all – you can simply ask them to be witnesses for you. If you’re eloping, you might want to bring along two friends with you, so that they can act as witnesses. But remember that you can have complete strangers witness your marriage.

Why choose Nottinghamshire wedding venues?

Nottinghamshire offers a wide range of wedding venues. With around 70 properties currently licensed, we have quirky, converted barns, historical buildings, stately homes and sports and country clubs.

Where can I get a marriage certificate in Nottinghamshire?

Nottinghamshire Register Offices. Use our directory to find your nearest registration office where you can register a birth or death, give notice of intention to marry or form a civil partnership and have your wedding ceremony. At certain offices you can also order copy certificates.

How do I hire a room at County Hall?

County Hall is located on the banks of the River Trent and has several meeting and function rooms available for hire. To hire a room or find out more please contact us . There are five rooms available to hire at County Hall on weekdays and Saturdays.

What makes Bridgford Park a unique wedding venue?

This unique wedding venue boasts two striking ceremony rooms: The Garden Room, overlooking different aspects of Bridgford Park, has a period feel with its two grand chandeliers; The Drawing Room, also with views across the park, has a country house library feel with an impressive fireplace.