Want to know how to legally marry when having a Celebrant-led wedding in the UK? The Celebrant Directory have teamed up with the lovely Jenny Knight, from Knight Ceremonies to give you the information you need to know to be legally wed. Jenny has been in the wedding and events business for 22 years and is a professionally trained Celebrant. She knows her stuff! So Jenny, what are the steps a couple need to go through in order to get the legal part of their marriage complete? Over to you! Thanks! Great to be here! Getting the legal part of your marriage complete is really easy. I am here to guide you through that process in a few simple steps!…

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Getting legally married by a Celebrant in Australia is easy! Every celebrant says they absolutely love their job, but it’s true! It’s the most amazing feeling and privilege to facilitate the creation, development and realisation of someone’s dream wedding.    One Celebrant tells us how easy it is to get legally married  in Australia – the best of all worlds! Dream Australian destination weddings – sun, sand, romance and magic What is your idea of a dream wedding? Is it a beautiful beach, with white sand stretching across the horizon, beautiful clean, blue ocean (don’t mind the sharks…) and lots of warm sunshine? Imagine if you could have all of this, plus, your photographer, your videographer, a hair and makeup…

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Traditional Debunked! Do I have to change my name when I get married? Traditions and laws around the world, in relation to the giving and taking of a forename and a surname, are so varied and indeed complicated that it is fair to say there is no one cap fits all and …oh boy, is it a contentious subject! The simple answer is no. You don’t have to change your name, but traditionally women in the UK do. What’s the tradition behind it? Why do women take their husband’s family name? Historically, this all began in the 16th century, a woman was compelled to take her husbands surname after marriage by law. She gave up all rights of ownership and…

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