If you write your own vows ask someone to read both the Bride’s and the Groom’s vows before the wedding…
Because the written vows are usually a surprise until the wedding day it is important that one partner does not have four pages of vows and the other has only four lines – it can be very awkward for the partner with the four lines!
Bonus Tips …
- Make sure your Marriage Officer is registered with Home Affairs.
- Discuss the details of the Ceremony with the Marriage Officer to make absolutely sure that there will be no surprises during the Ceremony. It can be devastating to have a negative experience during the ceremony and it sets the tone for the rest of your wedding day.
- Inform the Marriage Officer about everyone who will be participating in your Ceremony.
- Make sure that your Ceremony is meaningful and not long and drawn out. A Wedding Ceremony is meant to be a celebration of love – joyful and lighthearted!
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These tips are from Dream Ceremonies.
AJ & Beulah from Dream Ceremonies are professional, dedicated Marriage Officers who take full responsibility for documentation; creating and officiating your dream ceremony; as well as registering your marriage.
You can expect a very personal, customised ceremony that fulfills your needs and desires – simple or elegant –that is memorable, meaningful and uniquely yours.
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