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Renewal of Vows

A couple can renew their vows any time they want, but having a reason for doing so can make the occasion feel more special.

Maybe you were married in the registry office and never got to have your loved ones there to witness your special day, perhaps you couldn't afford a big wedding the first time around but are ready to throw a huge gala now! Perhaps you or your partner have overcome a major life challenge such as illness or a career crisis and you want to show that your love is stronger than ever, or perhaps you just want to reaffirm your commitment to each other after many years of marriage together.

A renewal of vows is not a legal ceremony as you are already legally married. While I provide a beautiful certificate and keepsake of your ceremony, there are no legal papers to sign before or after the ceremony.

Together we design the ceremony you are looking for with all the elements that are important to you both. You may choose to have your original bridal party, a new bridal party or no bridal party at all…the choices are endless.

"Unlike so many other couples who get to experience a wedding day, when we married all those years ago we never had that opportunity. So when we decided to renew our vows over 50 years later in front of family and friends, we wanted the day to be very, very special and we were certainly not disappointed.

Our celebrant, Kerry Sutton, was amazing. She has a tremendous warmth and is so professional and engaging. We were both very excited about the day but also very nervous. Kerry was wonderful and so considerate of our feelings. Her calm and comfortable presence very quickly put us both at ease and we thoroughly enjoyed renewing our vows. Thank you, Kerry, for the beautiful ceremony and for helping to make our day so memorable and so perfect!

Barbara and Kevin

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“Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success.”

Henry Ford

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