wedding planning


Questions & Answers

1.Who pays for the wedding?
2.Where do I start with my guest list?
3.Who do we invite if we're getting married abroad?
4.Who sends the invitations and when?
5.Should I set a dress code?
6. What time should the bride & groom get to the ceremony?
7.Do my bridesmaids enter before or after me?
8. What duties do the best man and ushers have?
9.Can my pet dog be part of my wedding?
10.Do we have to have favours?
11.Do we need a receiving line?
12.Should we offer a choice of food?
13.When are the speeches and in what order?
14.When should we register our gift list?
15.Can we ask for cash instead of presents?

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Resources

 

The wedding may then take place at any time within three months. ...

The wedding may then take place at any time within three months. On production of a registrar's certificate or certificates of due publication in respect of both parties, the couple, in the presence of the registrar and of two witnesses of the age of sixteen years or upwards, declare that they know of no legal impediment to their marriage and that they accept each other as husband and wife / partner . The registrar then issues a marriage certificate, in the form required by the Act, which is signed by the parties to the marriage, the registrar and the two witnesses.

A fee is payable to the registrar. The marriage is valid unless there is a legal impediment. If a party is ill or some other unforeseen or exceptional circumstances prevent one of the parties from giving the required notice or arranging for the publication of banns within the time required, a joint application may be made to the Sheriff for a licence. If a Sheriffs licence is obtained, the marriage must take place within ten days of it being granted.

If a Quaker wedding is desired and either one or both parties is a member of or an attender associated with the Society of Friends, notice of marriage must be given to the local registrar in the manner already described, and a certificate of due publication be obtained before the Quaker ceremony may take place. Before a Jewish ceremony may be performed in Scotland, the same procedure as for Quakers applies, except that both parties must be members of the Jewish faith. The Naval Marriages Act of 1908 applies to Scotland in exactly the same way as described previously for England and Wales. Parties divorced under Scottish law may marry again immediately, as the Scottish decree is absolute from the time that a divorce is granted.

The Parents' Responsibilities By Tradition, It Is The Bride's Father Who Stands ...

THE PARENTS' RESPONSIBILITIES BY tradition, it is the bride's father who stands the note for the bulk of the wedding expenses. It is he who provid

Duties of the bridesmaids as the etiquette surrounding weddings has become less ...

The Best Man It Is Customary For The Best Man To Be ...

THE BEST MAN It is customary for the best man to be a bachelor, but a groom who prefers to ask a married mate to act as his supporter is quite at liberty to do so. Indeed, some people