Etiquette tips on church of england wedding ceremony, on wedding procession and recession, choosing wedding dates.

 
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Church of England Wedding Ceremony
Now we will look at the wedding ceremony of the church of England, as most churches will tend to follow some basic similarities, we will take a more detail look into it.

A wedding couple can choose any day to be their wedding day, be it Good Friday or even on Sunday. Of course, the wedding date chosen should be unbooked by other wedding couples, unless the Church is willing to perform more than two weddings on that day.

The clergyman may not refuse to conduct the wedding for a couple unless it is stated by law that why they should not be married. Couples who have started considering and choosing wedding dates should know that Fridays and Saturdays are very popular dates, and they should be prepared to look at other available dates to avoid disappointments. As Fridays and Saturdays are the most convenient for the wedding guests to be present because of work commitments, that is why some churches will need to have a year’s advance booking. So start planning early!

Appointments must be made to see the clergyman once you have decided on which church your wedding ceremony is to take place. You will be expected to attend a marriage counseling provided by the church, after that you will be briefed on the things you have to prepare and some rules and regulations of the church.

Nowadays, the wedding ceremony may be simplified at the couple’s request, they may do away with the wedding procession or the ‘giving away’. Vows exchange can either be read by the clergyman or recite by the couples themselves, some churches may require them to memorize it and recite themselves. During the vow exchange, the wedding couple will face each other. They will recite the vows with the help of the clergyman, after that they will continue with the exchange of rings. The reciting of vows and the exchange of rings can also be occurred together. The ceremony will continue with a prayer or a scripture verse to be read that is chosen by the couple, at this time, the wedding couple may remain standing or be knelt.

 

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