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Just the two of us
Q. We want a customised service and are thinking of booking a celebrant. Do you have any ideas of how we can make the day more personal?
A. Lynda Williams says: - Tie the knot in a place that has a sentimental meaning to you both. Get creative, and remember your chosen venue doesn't need to have a wedding licence. It could be at home, in a marquee, on the beach or your local pub.
- Remember you'll need to get the legal part done at a register office. There's no time limit on this. It can be done earlier the same day or a few weeks before.
- Your vows can include anything, from religious pieces, verses or poems to hand-fasting ceremonies.
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