Step 4 – from 19 July 2021:
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A marriage is a legally recognised union between two people. A marriage ceremony can be civil or religious.
For a civil ceremony to be legal it must:
A marriage is contracted by the exchange of two sets of spoken legal vows; the first when you declare that you are free to marry, and the second when you take each other as partners in marriage.
Two Registrars will attend your marriage ceremony. The first, the Celebrant Registrar who will conduct your ceremony, and the second, the Registrar who will deal with the legalities.
East Sussex provides everything you need for the perfect marriage celebration. Home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, fantastic local suppliers and over 90 spectacular venues to suit all tastes and budgets.
We pride ourselves on the exceptional care and dedication we give to every couple and the ceremonies we deliver. We will ensure that your wedding ceremony is both meaningful and memorable, for you and all of your guests.
Ceremonies are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Contact us now to check our availability.
To find out what to do when, see our Plan Your Ceremony page for further information.
To arrange a ceremony you will need to share some personal information with us. Refer to our Privacy Notice for details about how and why we use your data.