Renewal of Vows
Renewing your wedding vows is a celebration of ‘your’ marriage and is a ceremony that is unique and personal to you. Whether you’ve been married 60 years or one year any married couple can renew their wedding vows regardless of the length of time.
Many couples like to associate this ceremony with a special anniversary such as a ruby or diamond celebration, but the ceremony is just as appropriate at any stage of marriage. The style of ceremony is up to you and can include readings, exchanging rings, pieces of special music, personal vows and can be a nice way of including family members and friends in the proceedings.
The ceremony can also provide the perfect option to couples that have married abroad but are looking for a formal celebration at home.
A registrar will perform your ceremony but they have no legal standing and are not legally binding. Find out more about this aspect from Salford City Council.
Lindsay & Zac Vine said:
"We would just like to say what a spectacular day we had renewing our vows at the beautiful Ordsall Hall. All our photos look amazing using the hall as a stunning backdrop! We were looking for a very British venue to go along with our British theme and we definitely found that at Ordsall Hall. It really felt like we were stepping back in time 100s of years."