Please see our Marriage Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships during COVID-19 page for more information This page has everything you need to know about planning your ceremony.
You can also submit your ceremony plans for Catmose Cottage and other licensed venues through this page.
any readings must be strictly non-religious, and will have to be approved by a registration officer before your ceremony
there are many civil wedding related websites which can help with ideas for readings
guests are welcome to take photographs before and after the ceremony
you can nominate one person to take still photographs (preferably without flash) during the ceremony
at the end of the ceremony, there'll be an opportunity for photographs with your witnesses
many offices and venues have attractive gardens or grounds for some extra photographs
if someone's going to film your ceremony, tell us on your ceremony plan - we'll be able to show them the best place to stand on the day
If you get married at Catmose Cottage, your guests can throw confetti - we ask that this is only done outside.
This is to help keep the room tidy for other ceremonies on the same day.
If you get married at any other venue, you'll need to contact them to see if they allow confetti.
Please complete and return your Ceremony Plan at least four weeks before your ceremony (scroll down for other venues):
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